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* [https://waterpigs.co.uk/ waterpigs.co.uk]
 
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* [https://unrelenting.technology/ unrelenting.technology]
 
* [https://unrelenting.technology/ unrelenting.technology]
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* [[User:GRegorLove|gRegor]] on https://gregorlove.com/about
  
 
== p-x-sexual-orientation ==
 
== p-x-sexual-orientation ==

Revision as of 04:42, 16 July 2018

h-as-*

ActivityStreams-based post types, usually done in combination with h-entry.

Usage

Formerly:

  • tantek.com - used to (~2014) use h-as-article and h-as-note but decided this type of explicit typing was unnecessary from a format perspective so dropped them. Tantek 19:52, 11 July 2015 (UTC)

h-x-username

Usage

how is this different from h-card's p-nickname ? Kevin Marks

p-x-dietary-preference

For dietary preferences (vegetarian, vegan etc.) - the intention is to help event organisers organise catering by aggregating together the dietary preferences of attendees.

Suggested values

  • ovo-lacto vegetarian
  • lacto vegetarian
  • ovo vegetarian
  • vegan
  • pescatarian
  • omnivore
  • gluten-free
  • lactose-free

Usage

p-x-pronoun-*

Properties to identify a user's preferred pronouns

p-x-pronoun-nominative
the user's preferred nominative pronoun (e.g. he, she, they)
p-x-pronoun-oblique
the user's preferred oblique pronoun (e.g. him, her, them)
p-x-pronoun-possessive
the user's preferred possessive pronoun (e.g. his, hers, theirs)

Usage

p-x-sexual-orientation

For when we eventually build the open web dating service.

Suggested values
  • straight or heterosexual
  • bisexual
  • pansexual
  • gay or lesbian or homosexual
  • asexual

Usage