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Microformateers is a Twitter account providing quick answers to people's questions about microformats. Twitter is full of people with short queries about syntax, or remarking upon things they've read about microformats. Microformats.org already runs the @microformats account for pushing news and announcements, but the microformateers effort is about responding.


What is it

Microformateers is a single Twitter account, shared between a number of individual contributors. They monitor Twitter searches for mentions of microformats and related terms, and respond directly and publicly to people's lazy-web questions, ideally within 140 characters. Where longer code examples are required, code snippets areposted to gist.

Who are the microformateers?

Because of the mechanics of Twitter (a single account, shared with a single password) it is not possible for the microformateers bot to be open to all. The following people are currently ‘on duty’:

How does this work

Microformateers was last modified: Wednesday, December 31st, 1969