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'''[[hmedia|hMedia]]''' is a simple and open format for publishing Images Video and Audio. hMedia may be embedded in HTML or XHTML, Atom, RSS, and arbitrary XML. hMedia is one of several open [[microformats|microformat]] standards.
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== hMedia Draft Specification 2009-01-04 ==
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=== Editor/Author ===
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* <span class="author">[[User:WebOrganics| Martin McEvoy]]</span>
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=== Contributors ===
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In historical order of contribution
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* [http://tantek.com/log/ Tantek Çelik]
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* [[User:Kevin_Marks|Kevin Marks]]
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* [http://napsterization.org/stories/ Mary Hodder]
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* [[User:RodBegbie | Rod Begbie]]
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* [http://joshkinberg.com/blog/ Joshua Kinberg]
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* [[User:ChrisMessina | ChrisMessina]]
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* [http://onlisareinsradar.com/ Lisa Rein]
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* [[User:ChrisNewell | Chris Newell]]
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* [[User:ManuSporny | Manu Sporny]]
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* [[User:MikeJohnson | Mike Johnson]]
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* [[User:WebOrganics| Martin McEvoy]]
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=== Inspiration and Acknowledgements ===
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Many thanks to [http://tantek.com/log/ Tantek Çelik], [[User:Kevin_Marks|Kevin Marks]], [http://napsterization.org/stories/ Mary Hodder], [[User:ChrisNewell|Chris Newell]], [[User:ChrisMessina | Chris Messina]], [http://changelog.ca/ Charles Iliya Krempeaux] and [http://blog.digitalbazaar.com Manu Sporny] for their valuable contributions to  Media Info and Media Metadata in general.
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=== Patents ===
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{{MicroFormatPatentStatement}}
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=== Semantic XHTML Design Principles ===
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{{semantic-xhtml-design-principles}}
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== Scope ==
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Images, Video and Audio regularly share several common fields. hMedia has been based on a minimal common subset based on the analysis of 225 media related web pages. All fields discovered during analysis occur more than 80% of the time or more across each of the target domains listed on the [[media-info-examples|Media Info Examples]] page. hMedia was developed using the [[process|Microformats Process]] and [[principles|Design Principles]].
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== Introduction ==
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<cite>[http://napsterization.org/stories/ Mary Hodder] - 22 Jan 2006</cite>
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<blockquote>There are many ways to publish media by users, but as people try to access those remixing and aggregation become more and more prevalent, having consistent records becomes important. Audio, photos and video show up in each other's publishing spaces, even though they are unique media objects. A photo might be next to the link for an audio piece, as it's visual artwork. A video can be comprised of quotes of other videos, photos and audio. Still photos can be made from videos. All three types of objects can contain subsets of media that is tagged and described.</blockquote>
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== Format ==
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=== Abstract ===
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hMedia is a single media publishing format that relates to Images, Video and Audio with an Emphasis on Practical, Simple, and Minimal. Wherever possible field names have been chosen from those defined by the [[hcard|hCard]] standard.
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=== Schema ===
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See [[hmedia#Key|key]].
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* hMedia '''hmedia'''{1}.
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** ''contributor'' *. Using text or [[hcard]].
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** photo ?. Using the HTML IMG element.
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** player ?. Using use any appropriate html element such as OBJECT.
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** ''enclosure'' *. A <abbr title="Uniform Resource Locator">URL</abbr> using the [[rel-design-pattern]]
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==== hmedia ====
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hMedia is used to describe information associated with Images, Videos and Audio.
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* The media type of the enclosure {{should}} be specified by using a <code>type</code> specifier for a <abbr title="uniform resource locator">url</abbr>,  the contents {{may}} be any [http://www.iana.org/assignments/media-types/ iana assigned media type] .
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* 2009-08-11 The [http://visitmix.com/Opinions/I-3-hMedia I &lt;3 hMedia] article by <span class="vcard"><span class="fn">Tim Aidlin</span></span> on Mix Online discusses viewing two examples with hMedia with [[oomph|Oomph]], music on [http://rhizohm.net/music Rhizohm] and photos on [http://thunderkick.us/index_hMedia.html Thunderkick].
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== History ==
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* Dougal Campbell first talks about [http://microformats.org/discuss/mail/microformats-discuss/2005-July/000229.html microformats for various types of media?] on Jul 13th 2005
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* Thu Sep 1st 2005, a discussion about a Playlist Microformat by Lucas Gonze, [http://microformats.org/discuss/mail/microformats-discuss/2005-September/000835.html hPlaylist]
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* Tantek Çelik starts Initial exploration about a [http://microformats.org/discuss/mail/microformats-discuss/2005-September/000843.html media-info microformat] on Sep 3rd 2005
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* On November 2nd 2005 Chris Messina discusses [http://microformats.org/discuss/mail/microformats-discuss/2005-November/001833.html a microformat for audio track metadata].
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* On December 6th 2005 Charles Iliya Krempeaux discusses a [http://microformats.org/discuss/mail/microformats-discuss/2005-December/002292.html TV show microformat].
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* On Jan 1st 2006 Tantek Çelik calls for a simple media microformat which describes the 80/20 of information about a particular piece of media and nothing more. see: [http://microformats.org/discuss/mail/microformats-discuss/2006-January/002551.html]
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* March 24th 2006 Rod Begbie [http://microformats.org/discuss/mail/microformats-discuss/2006-March/003383.html Proposed a Music microformat].
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* Martin McEvoy Renews interest in a [http://microformats.org/discuss/mail/microformats-new/2008-November/001861.html Media Microformat] on Nov 9th 2008
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* hMedia 0.1 Draft Specification 2009-01-04
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== References ==
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=== Normative References ===
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== Similar Work ==
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== Work in progress ==
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=== Brainstorming ===
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Do you want to help develop the next version of [[hmedia|hMedia]]? Please add your thoughts and insight on the [[hmedia-brainstorming]] page.
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=== Discussions ===
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