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* 2014-11-14 raised by [[User:ChiefRA|Arthur Rădulescu]]
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*# We should create Directives for hListing consumers (and also for Google?): directives on how hListing should be interpreted and consumed, rules which CAN be applied to hListing validators too.
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* 2014-11-13 raised by [[User:ChiefRA|Arthur Rădulescu]]
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*# There is an ambiguity regarding [http://microformats.org/wiki/hlisting#Property_Details hListing Property Details]: on the second line, named '''Listing type::''' it sais: "This required field" but it is not mentioned in the main Properties and there is no field on the above main [http://microformats.org/wiki/hlisting#Properties hListing Properties]. However, there is a mix of properties on the second listed property called: "''listing action.'' optional." 
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*#* Tried to fix all of these in the [http://microformats.org/wiki/hlisting-duplicated-for-discussions hlisting duplicated draft page] - read it by comparison 1-on-1 with the [http://microformats.org/wiki/hlisting default hListing page]. These 2 fields should now be understandable from implementation POV.
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* 2014-11-12 raised by [[User:ChiefRA|Arthur Rădulescu]]
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*# I presume this mandatory field called '''Item type''' should be added next to the other properties of the hListing next to the [http://microformats.org/wiki/hlisting#Properties hListing Properties].
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*#* Tried to fix this in the [http://microformats.org/wiki/hlisting-duplicated-for-discussions hlisting duplicated draft page] - read it by comparison 1-on-1 with the [http://microformats.org/wiki/hlisting default hListing page]. This field should now be understandable from implementation POV.
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* 2014-11-17 raised by [[User:ChiefRA|Arthur]]
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* 2014-11-11 raised by [[User:ChiefRA|Arthur Rădulescu]]
*# One of the main obstacles for hListing usage is the lack of implementation examples on our end (real in-code implementation) for the 2-words properties. ex. "item info": tag which should encapsulate all the details like hCard | (fn || url || photo || geo || adr)? Should it be exactly class="item info" OR class="item-info"? This needs to be defined as it has to keep encapsulated within all the details of the item.
*# One of the main obstacles for hListing usage is the lack of implementation examples on our end (real in-code implementation) for the 2-words properties. ex. "item info": tag which should encapsulate all the details like hCard | (fn || url || photo || geo || adr)? Should it be exactly class="item info" OR class="item-info"? This needs to be defined as it has to keep encapsulated within all the details of the item.
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* 2014-11-17 raised by [[User:TomMorris|Tom Morris]]
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* 2014-11-10 raised by [[User:TomMorris|Tom Morris]]
*# The '''version''' property should be deprecated. No other Microformat (classic or [[microformats-2|new]]) has used explicit versioning and it seems out of sync with the way we have thus far built microformats specifications. It also seems incompatible with the [http://www.w3.org/TR/html-design-principles/#compatibility Compatibility section of the HTML Design Principles] which we ought to attempt to follow where possible.
*# The '''version''' property should be deprecated. No other Microformat (classic or [[microformats-2|new]]) has used explicit versioning and it seems out of sync with the way we have thus far built microformats specifications. It also seems incompatible with the [http://www.w3.org/TR/html-design-principles/#compatibility Compatibility section of the HTML Design Principles] which we ought to attempt to follow where possible.

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These are externally raised issues about hListing 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.

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2010-09-19 
raised by JulienChaumond

  • Indicate that transaction has taken place.

hlisting tells the world that someone is selling something, but shouldn't there be a way to express that someone bought (or rented, etc.) something, i.e. transaction has indeed taken place? (Think Blippy, Swipely, Apple's Ping, etc.). One way to go about it might be to add an optional datetime element specifying the transaction's date.

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