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Ashton McAllan marks up her preferred pronouns as:
Ashton McAllan marks up her preferred pronouns as:
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<span class="p-pronouns">she/her/hers</span>
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<span class="p-x-pronoun-nominative">she</span>/<span class="p-x-pronoun-oblique">her</span>/<span class="p-x-pronoun-posessive">hers</span>
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in her [[h-card]] on http://acegiak.net/
in her [[h-card]] on http://acegiak.net/
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They are listed as a single field there in the subject/object/possessive format because that is a standard formation in English but the format used for stating pronoun sets may be different in other languages.
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Each pronoun is listed individually with it's form allowing parsers and programs to identify them for different uses. Other languages may include different forms of pronoun.
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Note that [[microformats2]] uses singular property names, thus another alternative may be to mark them up separately as singulars:
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<span class="p-x-pronoun-subject">she</span> /
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<span class="p-x-pronoun-object">her</span> /
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<span class="p-x-pronoun-possessive">hers</span>
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== See Also ==
== See Also ==
* [[h-card]]
* [[h-card]]
* [[hcard-brainstorming]] - for additional proposals to bring forth to h-card
* [[hcard-brainstorming]] - for additional proposals to bring forth to h-card

Revision as of 06:10, 18 February 2015

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This page is for brainstorming about various uses, details of, and additions to h-card.

This page contains proposals. For the current state please see h-card.

Contents

Brainstorm proposals that illustrate how to use the existing hCard spec will likely be incorporated into existing hCard documentation such as:

Explorations

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Preferred Pronouns

Ashton McAllan marks up her preferred pronouns as:

<span class="p-x-pronoun-nominative">she</span>/<span class="p-x-pronoun-oblique">her</span>/<span class="p-x-pronoun-posessive">hers</span>

in her h-card on http://acegiak.net/

Each pronoun is listed individually with it's form allowing parsers and programs to identify them for different uses. Other languages may include different forms of pronoun.

See Also

h-card Brainstorming was last modified: Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

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