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This is part of an effort to define an rsvp microformat for marking up rsvp notes posted on independent sites about or in-reply-to an event post. Per the microformats process:

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Examples

Facebook

Event Page RSVP

On Event pages, there are a mix of post types, including comments and RSVP posts.

E.g. from a recent microformats meetup:

(image) Jessica Lynn Suttles is going.
(Like) · (Comment) · (Follow Post) · February 27 at 2:01pm

Representative screenshot: 8700135812_02cde28b04_o.png

Profile RSVP

In the past, when you selected "Going" for an event, Facebook, would add a brief mini-post on your profile and newsfeed saying:

Profile RSVP post screenshot needed.

Newsfeed RSVP

In your newsfeed (aggregate feed) of what your friends are saying/doing, when one of them RSVPs, you see an RSVP post from them accordingly:

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With:

And when more than one of your friends said they were going, you'd see a post of the form:

Multiple friends attending screenshot needed.

Sidebar Ticker

RSVPs also appear in the sidebar ticker.

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Plancast

When logged in, you see a feed in the right column of RSVP posts of friends going to events.

(image) Tantek Çelik is joining for IndieWeb Meetup
1 week, 5 days ago

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StatusNet

When logged in, you are given the option to create a new event. This can be made private or public, and is marked up using hCal. When viewed the option to attend is presented, which can be cancelled.

The avatars of some (TODO: how many?) people marked as going/not going/maybe are shown.

Event creation UI photo

Event UI:

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See Also

rsvp-examples was last modified: Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

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