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* [[microshow]]
 
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* [[show-brainstorming]]
 
* [[media-metadata-examples]]
 
* [[media-metadata-examples]]
 
* [[video-metadata-model]]
 
* [[video-metadata-model]]
 
* [http://changelog.ca/log/2005/10/16/thoughts_on_video_and_audio_microformats Thoughts on Video and Audio Microformats] (external)
 
* [http://changelog.ca/log/2005/10/16/thoughts_on_video_and_audio_microformats Thoughts on Video and Audio Microformats] (external)
 
 
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Latest revision as of 13:17, 6 January 2009

c4traclirot

Showroll Brainstorming

1. This page has been prematurely created. See The microformats process.

2. Any microformat about a show, or video, or tv should be worked on within the context of media-metadata-examples, rather than creating new pages for it.


Authors

Charles Iliya Krempeaux


Introduction

What is a showroll? Think blogroll to shows. A showroll is a listing of the shows someone watches. Although it can be used to list the shows someone watches on traditional TV, it is most useful when it is used to list the Internet TV shows someone watches.

This page brainstorms microformat usage applied to what is called: Internet TV, IPTV, NewTube, vlogging, vidblogging, etc.


Current Practice

Any show microformat should be guided by current practice, in the wild, for specifying a show. Below are a list of known show formats currently found on the web.

Show Strawman #1

A listing of shows watched.

   
    <div class="shows">
        <a rel="show" href="...">...</a>

        <a rel="show" href="...">...</a>

        <a rel="show" href="...">...</a>
    </div>
    


Examples


Tools


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