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<h1> hCard issues </h1>
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These are externally raised issues about [[hcard|hCard]] with broadly varying degrees of merit. Thus some issues are REJECTED for a number of obvious reasons (but still documedabnted here in case they are re-raised), and others contain longer discussions. Some issues may be ACCEPTED and perhaps cause changes or improved explanations in the spec.  
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These are externally raised issues about [[hcard|hCard]] with broadly varying degrees of merit. Thus some issues are REJECTED for a number of obvious reasons (but still documented here in case they are re-raised), and others contain longer discussions. Some issues may be ACCEPTED and perhaps cause changes or improved explanations in the spec.  
'''IMPORTANT''': Please read the [[hcard-faq|hCard FAQ]] and the [[hcard-issues-resolved|hCard resolved issues]] ''before'' giving any feedback or raising any issues as your feedback/issues may already be resolved/answered.
'''IMPORTANT''': Please read the [[hcard-faq|hCard FAQ]] and the [[hcard-issues-resolved|hCard resolved issues]] ''before'' giving any feedback or raising any issues as your feedback/issues may already be resolved/answered.
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Submitted issues may (and probably will) be edited and rewritten for better terseness, clarity, calmness, rationality, and as neutral a point of view as possible. Write your issues well. — [http://tantek.com/ Tantek]
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Submitted issues may (and probably will) be edited and rewritten for better terseness, clarity, calmness, rationality, and as neutral a point of view as possible. Write your issues well. — [[User:Tantek|Tantek]]
For matters relating to the vCard specification itself, see [[vcard-errata]] and [[vcard-suggestions]].
For matters relating to the vCard specification itself, see [[vcard-errata]] and [[vcard-suggestions]].
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<span id="Issues">Please add new issues</span> to the '''bottom''' of the list by copy and pasting the [[hcard-issues#Template|Template]].  Please follow-up to resolved/rejected issues with new information rather than resubmitting such issues.  Duplicate issue additions will be reverted.
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<span id="Issues">Please add new issues</span> to the '''bottom''' of the list by copy and pasting the [[#template|template]].  Please follow-up to resolved/rejected issues with new information rather than resubmitting such issues.  Duplicate issue additions will be reverted.
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* {{OpenIssue}} 2006-10-21 raised by [[User:AndyMabbett|Andy Mabbett]]
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*# ''There should be some way to say that the URL of an hCard or hCalendar event is the URL of the page itself, without having to include a redundant, and accessibility-damaging link to that page, on the page itself.''
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*#* Quite often I see "a" webpage accessible with several different URLs. Typically 1 URL is the "preferred" URL, expected to have a long lifetime. Sometimes other URLs are "convenience" URLs that may have been linked to in the past, but are expected to go away soon, which resolve to the same file (the "latest version"). Then there are "archive" URLs that show an exact copy of that webpage as it appeared some time in the past. I think we want to always use the "preferred" URL, no matter which of those URLs we happen to stumble upon first -- so the URL is not actually redundant. (How exactly is it "accessibility-damaging" for a page to link to itself? Could you explain or add a link to an explanation?) --[[User:DavidCary|DavidCary]] 17:44, 5 Apr 2007 (PDT)
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*#**"''How exactly is it "accessibility-damaging" for a page to link to itself?''" - Novice user clicks on link; nothing (it appears) happens. Repeat ad infinitum, until user leaves site to do something else. [[User:AndyMabbett|Andy Mabbett]] 02:43, 6 Apr 2007 (PDT)
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*#*A: ACCEPTED THEORETICAL.  While I tend to agree with the accessibility guidelines/issues noted herein in theory, to make this a real world issue worthy of higher priority, we need documentation of examples in the wild where the URL of an  hCard or hCalendar event is the URL of the page itself, so that we can use those examples to inform brainstorming towards a solution. [[User:Tantek|Tantek]] 15:11, 10 Apr 2007 (PDT)
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*#** Examples in the wild where the URL of an hCard is the URL of the page itself:
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*#*** [http://2007.sxsw.com/music/showcases/band/999918.html The Pipettes] page at SXSW 2007 (1 of 1000+ bands). There are no links to the page itself on the page to markup with class="url".  Thus it would be nice to have a way for the hCard for The Pipettes to indicate that the page itself is the URL for the hCard.
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*#*** See also the proposal to use this pattern in [[representative-hcard]]
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*#** Examples in the wild where the URL of an hCalendar event is the URL of the page itself:
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*#*** [http://2007.sxsw.com/music/showcases/band/999918.html The Pipettes at La Zona Rosa] page at SXSW 2007 (1 of 1000+ concerts, yes, same page as the page for The Pipettes the org). There are no links to the page itself on the page to markup with class="url".  Thus it would be nice to have a way for the hCalendar event for The Pipettes at La Zona Rosa to indicate that the page itself is the URL for the hCalendar event.
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*#** This is also an [[hreview-issues|hReview issue]] and any other microformat which has a "url" property. Examples where the URL of an (potential) hReview *item* is the URL of the page itself:
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*#*** [http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0553380958 Snow Crash (Bantam Spectra Book) (Paperback) on Amazon] (millions of potential hReview items/products with reviews on their item pages).
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* {{OpenIssue}} 2007-01-26 raised by [[User::JamesCraig|JamesCraig]].
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*# RFC2426 'type' values cannot be localized/internationalized in hCard. In the example below, there is no solution to mark the Spanish version with a type of 'home' since the RFC2426 values are defined in English. <strong>abbr-design-pattern</strong> would suggest using abbr, but 'Casa' is not an abbreviated form of 'home', therefore the currently recommended version (below) is not valid.<pre><nowiki>
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  <abbr class="type" title="home">Casa</abbr> (<span class="type">pref</span>erido):
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*#* REJECTED. TOO LITTLE INFORMATION.  Please provide the precise URL to the specific statement on the accessify forum discussion that asserts that using abbr is not valid.  Please also provide a precise URL to a *real world* (as opposed to an artificially constructed test case) example in the wild of an non-English hCard which attempts to specify RFC2426 type information on a "tel" property and fails to do so.
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*#* REOPENED and clarified (Also removed Accessify reference pulled from [[http://microformats.org/wiki?title=accessibility&oldid=12943 original raising]]).
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*#*# Though erroneously first raised on the accessibility page, this is not an accessibility issue. It is an HTML semantics issue for internationalization. <code>abbr[title]</code> should be an expanded form of <code>abbr</code> contents, in the same language.
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*#*# There are real-world non-English examples in the current Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard) developer seed. This code example illustrates the point sufficiently.
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*#*# Please leave the clarification as-is even if you feel you must RE-REJECT (add-on, don't revert). My original points were lost when they were taken out of context and moved here. -[[User::JamesCraig|JamesCraig]]
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* {{OpenIssue}} <span class="summary vcard"><span class="dtstart">2007-03-19</span> raised by <span class="fn">[[User::ChristinaHope|Christina Hope]]</span></span>
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*# ''Does Microsoft Outlook 2003 allow the use of the "role" property? I have added it to all of my hCards and it is not appearing. Am I doing something wrong?''
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*#** URL? (if no URL to a demonstrative example is provided within a year of this issue being raised, it will be closed as REJECTED INSUFFICIENT INFORMATION.)
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* {{OpenIssue}} <span class="summary vcard"><span class="dtstart">2007-03-31</span> raised by <span class="fn">[[User:AndyMabbett|Andy Mabbett]]</span></span>
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*# The [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_Geodetic_System WGS84 scehma] used as a default by <code>geo</code> will not remain valid forever. Fortunately, the proposed [[geo-extension-strawman|geo extension]], originally intended for lunar/ Martian coordinates, also provides a facility for the specification of other, Earth-bound schema, which will alleviate this problem. [[User:AndyMabbett|Andy Mabbett]] 13:00, 31 Mar 2007 (PDT)
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*#* Note also the forthcoming [http://www.euref-iag.net/ European Terrestrial Reference System 89 schema] (See also [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Terrestrial_Reference_System_1989 Etrs89 on Wikipedia]. [[User:AndyMabbett|Andy Mabbett]] 03:11, 5 Apr 2007 (PDT)
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* {{OpenIssue}} <span class="summary vcard"><span class="dtstart">2007-04-19</span> raised by <span class="fn">[[User:AndyMabbett|Andy Mabbett]]</span></span>
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*#How should we handle [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Style_and_New_Style_dates Old Style and New Style dates] (i.e. Julian calendar vs. Gregorian), in DoB? For instance, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boris_Pasternak Boris Pasternak], born "10 February [O.S. January 29] 1890". Should the hCard spec. specify New Style, using the [[abbr-design-pattern]] (or its successor) if necessary: <nowiki><abbr title="1890-02-10">29 January 1890</abbr></nowiki>?
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* {{OpenIssue}} <span class="summary vcard"><span class="dtstart">2008-01-01</span> raised by <span class="fn">[[User:AndyMabbett|Andy Mabbett]]</span> in [http://microformats.org/discuss/mail/microformats-discuss/2008-January/011182.html microformats-discuss/2008-January/011182.html]</span>
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*# The "n" optimisation rules (nickname, fn) should not apply where the fn is on part of adr or label: e.g <code><nowiki>
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<span class="fn locality">New York</span></nowiki></code>; <code><nowiki><span class="fn label">Asia</span></nowiki></code>,  since, in these examples, "Asia" is not a nickname, "New" is not a given-name and "York" is not a family-name. (see also [[hcard-brainstorming#Named_locations]])
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* {{OpenIssue}} <span class="summary"><span class="dtstart">2008-01-09</span> <span id="tel-type-lang">2008- moved from vcard-suggestions</span></span>
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*#We can't have a generic type name cause we have to localize in French. so, for us, hCard work phone number is: <nowiki><div class="tel"><span class="type">Travail</span> : <span class="value">0321596224</span></div></nowiki>. How will a bot recognize that type ? We cannot specify every types in every languages in the specification. That's why i think something like this would be better: <nowiki>Travail : <span class="telwork">0321596224</span></nowiki> Please, use class and id attributes ONLY for micro formats specifications ! XML #cdata and #data are localized ! Thanks !
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* {{OpenIssue}} <span class="summary vcard"><span class="dtstart">2008-02-02</span> raised by <span class="fn">[[User:AndyMabbett|Andy Mabbett]]</span></span>
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*# The "<code>n</code>" optimisation rules (<code>nickname</code>, <code>fn</code>) should not apply where the <code>fn</code> is also the <code>role</code> or <code>title</code>: e.g <code><nowiki>
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<span class="fn role">Webmaster</span></nowiki></code>; <code><nowiki><span class="fn title">Duty Manager</span></nowiki></code>,  since, in these examples, "Webmaster" is not a nickname, "Duty" is not a given-name and "Manager" is not a family-name.
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* {{OpenIssue}} <span class="summary vcard"><span class="dtstart">2008-02-06</span> raised by <span class="fn">[[User:Guillaume Lebleu| Guillaume Lebleu]]</span></span>
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*# It seems to me that FN has been reused beyond its original vCard scope of person names, to cover any name. This led to the fn/title debate, but it seems some implementors are confused between following the vCard semantics (FN only for person names) or the hCard ones (FN for any name). See. http://cinematreasures.org/theater/365/, which uses an empty FN, resulting in their vCard not being detected by Operator, only the address.
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* {{OpenIssue}} <span class="summary vcard"><span class="dtstart">2008-02-07</span> raised by <span class="fn">[[User:AndyMabbett|Andy Mabbett]]</span></span>
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*# The "<code>fn</code>" optimisation rule should not apply where the full <code>fn</code> is also the <code>nickname</code>: e.g <code><nowiki><span class="fn nickname">Plastic Bertram</span></nowiki></code>, since a given-name+family-name pair is not usually a nickname. (But how to deal with pseudonyms such as "Maurice Micklewhite (known professionally as Michael Caine)".)
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These are externally raised issues about hCard with broadly varying degrees of merit. Thus some issues are REJECTED for a number of obvious reasons (but still documented here in case they are re-raised), and others contain longer discussions. Some issues may be ACCEPTED and perhaps cause changes or improved explanations in the spec.

IMPORTANT: Please read the hCard FAQ and the hCard resolved issues before giving any feedback or raising any issues as your feedback/issues may already be resolved/answered.

Submitted issues may (and probably will) be edited and rewritten for better terseness, clarity, calmness, rationality, and as neutral a point of view as possible. Write your issues well. — Tantek

For matters relating to the vCard specification itself, see vcard-errata and vcard-suggestions.

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closed issues

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