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Revision as of 06:07, 21 October 2015

Project Examples

There have been several efforts to define data formats for posting "projects" on the Web.

This page serves to document the current list of project examples from real world sites for the design of a simple project microformat. -Derek

Contributors

  • Derek Lewis

See Also

Examples on the Web

There are two types of projects being documented on the web. Practical (how-you-can-do-it) and Abstract (what-we're-doing). Fields in [brackets] have already been accommodated for.

Practical Projects (how-you-can-do-it)

43things

How I did a project

    • goal title [fn]
    • last words [summary]
    • how [instructions]
    • lessons
    • time taken [duration]
    • resources

Poncho

How to make a poncho

    • project title [fn]
    • [summary]
    • Material [requirement]
    • Gauge
    • directions [instructions]

RX-8 iPod Install

How to install an iPod into an RX-8

    • title [fn]
    • [author]
    • date [published]
    • Car Compatibility List [summary]
    • Basic Idea [instructions]
    • Tools Needed [requirement]
    • notes
    • WARNING

How to fix a CD player

    • title [fn]
    • by [author]
    • date and time submitted [published]
    • [tags]
    • description
    • [summary]
    • [instructions]

Abstract Projects (what-we're-doing)

CORDIS

Community Research and Development Information Service

    • project title [fn]
    • Research area
    • Coordinator [author]
    • Project description [summary]
    • Project details
      • Project Acronym
      • Project Reference
      • Start Date
      • [duration]
      • Project Cost
      • Contract Type
      • End Date [due]
      • Project Status
      • Project Funding.
    • Participants

Freshmeat.net

Description of the software project

    • full project name (This is the publicly visible project name.) [fn]
    • short project name (This will be used to generate a /projects/<shortname>/ URL for your project.)
    • full description
    • short description [summary]
    • name of author [author]
    • email address
    • branch name
    • branch description
    • license
    • homepage [url]
    • Tar/GZ
    • Tar/BZ2
    • Zip
    • Changelog
    • RPM package
    • Debian package
    • OS X package
    • Bittorrent
    • BSD Ports URL
    • Autopackage URL
    • Jar
    • Purchase
    • CVS tree (cvsweb)
    • Bug tracker
    • Mailing list archive
    • Mirror site
    • Demo site
    • version
    • release focus
    • Dependencies

Moldova Aid Project

A humanitarian aid project

    • title [fn]
    • [summary]
    • achievements

The World Bank

Moldova Community Forestry Project

    • project title [fn]
    • Project ID
    • Project Status
    • Approval Date
    • Closing Date [due]
    • Total Project Cost
    • Region
    • Major Sector (Sector) (%)
    • Old Major Sector
    • Old Sector
    • Environmental Category
    • Bank Team Lead
    • Borrower
    • Implementing Agency
    • Project Goals [goal]
    • Available Project Documents
    • Related Country Information

Analysis of Examples (Based on 8 examples.)

Common practical project fields

  • fn (100%)
  • summary (100%)
  • author (50%)
  • instructions (100%)
  • requirement (50%)
  • published (50%)
  • duration (25%)
  • tags (25%)

Common abstract project fields

  • fn (100%)
  • summary (75%)
  • author (50%)
  • due (50%)
  • goal (25%)
  • duration (25%)

See Also

See projecta for the result and evolution of these thoughts on a microformat.