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==Some apps supporting some kind of nanoformat==
==Some apps supporting some kind of nanoformat==
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* Twitter: @username for replies
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* [http://twitter.com Twitter]: @username for replies
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* Tagzania: L: to share with you twitter friends the place where you are.
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* [http://www.tagzania.com Tagzania]: L: to share with you twitter friends the place where you are.
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* Twittermap: L: to show your location (not standarized way)
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* [http://www.twittermap.com Twittermap]: L: to show your location (not standarized way)
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* Comment br: is not proposed as nanoformat can you define and use it with ":"
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Waxonomy: br: report breaking news.
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==Use examples==
==Use examples==

Revision as of 15:56, 23 July 2007

Contents

Twitter (or Jaiku) picoformats proposal

Start Wiki of the project

Some apps supporting some kind of nanoformat

Use examples

   * JP->EN pipe

Syntax

1nanoformats (syntaxparam)

   * @username
         o Use to mention a user.
         o Example: @mike I agree with you
         o Syntax: @<twitter username>
         o Tools: @yourusername filter pipe

2nanoformats (syntax:param)

   * lang:
         o Use to define the language of the post.
         o Example: this is a post in English lang:en
         o Syntax: lang:<iso639-1 code>
               + info: code list iso639-1
         o Tools: lang filter pipe
   * tag:
         o Use for tag post.
         o Example: My cat is stupid tag:cat tag:stupid
         o Syntax: tag:<tag>
         o Tools: tag filter pipe
   * L:
         o Use to define a location
         o Example: Good place to visit L: Place Georges Pompidou, Paris, France
         o Example2: Good place to visit L: Place Georges Pompidou, Paris, 75004
         o Example3: Good place to visit L:48.860500,2.352260
         o Text Syntax: L:<Addres, city or town, region> or L:<Address, city or town, postal code>
         o Geo Syntax: L:<lat,long>
               + info: (Section 3.4.2 of RFC2426)
         o Tools: location filter pipe
   * todo:
         o Use to define something to do (or for someone combined with @username).
         o Example: todo:go to buy chocolate
         o Syntax: todo:<to do info>
         o Tools: todo filter pipe
   * event:
         o Use to define an event (better combined with L:).
         o Example: event:Conference or event:http://www.web2summit.com/pub/w/40/coverage.html/
         o Syntax: event:<event name> or event:<http://eventurl... >
         o Tools: event filter pipe
   * enclosure: [play:(deprecated)]
         o Used to mark a link to playable media.
         o Example: enclosure: http://media.mfdz.com/track/7.mp3
         o Syntax: enclosure:<http://mediaurl... >
   * time:
         o Used to define a time (usually with event).
         o Example: time:2006-06-30 21:00:00
         o Syntax: to define (can change)


3nanoformats (syntax:param:param)

   * rate:
         o Use to rate something between 1-5.
         o Example: rate:1:Epic movie or rate:5:http://www.twitter.com/
         o Syntax: rate:<1-5>:<rated subject>
         o Tools: rate filter pipe
   * vote:
         o Use to vote (for, against, abstain).
         o Example: vote:against:Irak war or vote:for:Peace
         o Syntax: vote:<for,against,abstain>:<voted subject>
         o Tools: vote filter pipe

Using more than one nanoformat in the same post

If you want to use more than one nanoformat in the same twit. You have to use at the end of the twit.


Don't use more than one nanoformat of the same type in the same twit

Is not a good idea use the same type nanoformat in the same twit. Twits can be a good unit to convert the information given in a twit into other formats for that reason only the things that have meaning together are interesting. If you want to explain more than one thing you should use an other twit to do that.

TekeTen 08:54, 23 Jul 2007 (PDT)

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