Difference between revisions of "self-updating-address-book"

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   additional-name => NONE
 
   additional-name => NONE
 
   honorific-prefix => personalTitle (does not work)
 
   honorific-prefix => personalTitle (does not work)
   honorific-suffix => generationQualifier
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   honorific-suffix => generationQualifier (does not work)
 
adr => postalAddress
 
adr => postalAddress
 
   post-office-box => postOfficeBox
 
   post-office-box => postOfficeBox
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   region => st
 
   region => st
 
   postal-code => postalCode
 
   postal-code => postalCode
   country-name => c
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   country-name => c (does not work)
 
   type => NONE (only one per entry)
 
   type => NONE (only one per entry)
 
agent => secretary
 
agent => secretary

Revision as of 21:59, 26 July 2009

Self Updating Address Book

Basic Idea: an online address book/contact system, accessible via LDAP, which updates its records by periodically crawling/parsing URLs containing hCards.

vCard => LDAP

fn => displayName n => cn

  given-name => gn
  family-name => sn
  additional-name => NONE
  honorific-prefix => personalTitle (does not work)
  honorific-suffix => generationQualifier (does not work)

adr => postalAddress

  post-office-box => postOfficeBox
  extended-address => NONE
  street-address => street
  locality => l
  region => st
  postal-code => postalCode
  country-name => c (does not work)
  type => NONE (only one per entry)

agent => secretary bday => NONE category => NONE class => NONE email => mail geo => NONE key => NONE label => NONE logo => jpegPhoto | photo mailer => NONE nickname => cn note => description org => o

  oraganization-name => o
  organization-unit => ou

photo => jpegPhoto | photo rev => NONE role => NONE sort-string => NONE sound => audio tel => telephoneNumber

  => homePhone
  => mobile

title => title tz => NONE uid => uid url => labeledURI

Participants

  • Beau Lebens
  • Matt Wilkinson
  • Mark Ng
  • Tantek Çelik
  • Chad Weider
  • Stephen Paul Weber