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Thoughts towards a simple [[microformat]] subset of earlier efforts, sufficient to express 80/20 of real world review examples on the Web.
 
Thoughts towards a simple [[microformat]] subset of earlier efforts, sufficient to express 80/20 of real world review examples on the Web.
  

Revision as of 20:26, 26 January 2006

Review Brainstorming

There have been several efforts to define data formats for posting "reviews" of products, services etc. on the Web.

This page serves to document the brainstorming and ideas resulting from analysis of review examples from real world sites for the design of a simple reviews microformat. -Tantek

Contributors

Copied from reviews-formats which itself was contributed from Technorati Developer's Wiki: ReviewsFormats)

  • Tantek Çelik
  • Niall Kennedy

See Also


Thoughts on a Microformat for a review

Thoughts towards a simple microformat subset of earlier efforts, sufficient to express 80/20 of real world review examples on the Web.

Common review fields

  • item
    • optional:type of item (business, Web page/site, product, event, person, place, file, text)
    • name/title of item being reviewed (string | ["hCard"] if business or person)
      • optional:URL (all additional information should be somewhere else, not in the review itself)
      • optional:image (URL)
  • reviewer (["hCard"]|name|email|URL)
  • review publication/authoring date (ISO8601 datetime)
  • rating 1 to 5 (default max = 5, default min = 1)
  • optional:tags (keyword,rating)*
  • optional:comments (string)

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