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** a tutorial on creating an hCard for your site
** a tutorial on creating an hCard for your site
** specific instructions for common blogging platforms
** specific instructions for common blogging platforms
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** instructions for more properties (match at least the set that is in the [http://microformats.org/code/hcard/creator hCard creator]
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** instructions for more properties (match at least the set that is in the [http://microformats.org/code/hcard/creator hCard creator])
* Create [[hreview-authoring]] - a tutorial on how to blog reviews so that they'll be aggregated.
* Create [[hreview-authoring]] - a tutorial on how to blog reviews so that they'll be aggregated.
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* add a list of properties per the [[hcard#Property_List|hCard property list]].
* formalize [http://microformats.org/wiki/hcalendar- brainstorming#Tabular_event_calendars]
* formalize [http://microformats.org/wiki/hcalendar- brainstorming#Tabular_event_calendars]
* flesh out [[hcalendar-examples]] and do a once over on markup/presentation of what RFC2445 examples would look like
* flesh out [[hcalendar-examples]] and do a once over on markup/presentation of what RFC2445 examples would look like

Revision as of 20:49, 16 October 2006

To Do

This page is for posting microformats related shared to do items. If you want to use this page for your microformats related to-do items, create a section with your name on it. The reason we are keeping these all on the same page is to make it easier to tell when people are working on similar things, and to make it more obvious when people help out with other people's tasks. In theory this probably won't scale, but let's first see how it does in practice. :) - Tantek

Contents


Lazyweb

Just some nice things, feel free to do any of these.

for all microformats

hReview

hCard

hCalendar/hCard/hReview editor

WordPress patches for microformats

Yahoo Open Source Library Patches

Several of these could very much be improved with a little microformats markup. Do we just make patches and submit them? Contact Nate Koechley at Yahoo (see Tantek for contact info) to follow-up.

Drupal patches for microformats

Adding Markup to Existing Pages (W3C track at WWW2006)

Geotagging on Wikipedia

Somebody familiar with the "geo" microformat might want to add details, and a link to the relevant page on this Wiki, to the Wikipedia page on Geotagging.

Tantek

I'm keeping a few microformats related to-do items here both for my own convenience, and for folks looking to help out with small tasks. If so, just create a new section with your name, and and maybe copy the item there, and put your name next to the item in my list. We'll figure this out as we go along. Thanks, Tantek.

*-authoring microformats wiki pages

for all microformat specs

update specification section organization

In particular, the introduction/boilerplate/headers. hResume has an experimental abbreviated intro/headers section, and links to more details further below, based on some ideas that Ryan King and I had for improving the readability of the microformats specifications. hReview has some similar improvements, but different. We need to:

  1. Figure out if the new intro/headers structure in hResume and/or hReview is an improvement, and if it could be better. Perhaps figure out the requirements for an intro/header section
    • Shorter tends to be better
    • Must be comprehensive enough to "print and read"
    • Must detail authorship/editorship
    • Must detail copyright/patent statements
  2. Write up a template - make it self-documenting per the requirements
  3. Update existing specifications with the new intro/headers structure.
    1. hCard
    2. hCalendar
    3. hReview

reorganizing Implementations sections

Hmmm... I like: Authoring, Browsing, Converting, Indexing, Libraries (for developers), and Potential (for open source projects we want to add support to). Anybody have alternative suggestions for this vocabulary? I don't have a particularly strong preference so I'm going to go with these four until I find examples that don't fit, or someone suggests something better.

See: hCalendar Implementations for a first attempt at this. Assuming folks like that, we can go ahead with categorizing the implementations sections of other microformats specifications.

reorg Examples in the Wild sections

summary Examples in the Wild page

iterate on current microformats

hReview

hCalendar

hCard

introduction / community

profiles

microformat parsing documentation

create microformats wiki pages for

improve usability and automation on the site

help with microformat implementations

help with microformat examples in the wild

Go over all "common" pages (both logged out and logged in states) of the following sites which have some microformats already, and verify each page is as microformatted as it can be with high fidelity hCalendar and hCard etc. Document full support of each implementation's microformats on the implementations page (perhaps create a separate page for each implementation, e.g. flickr, upcoming, eventful etc.) Document any exceptions as needed. In no particular order:

help with new microformat requests

Ryan

hCalendar/hCard/hReview creator improvements

other

rel-payment

hcalendar

Dimitri Glazkov

Chris Messina

Wishlist

Robert Bachmann

hCard Creator

hAtom2Atom

Some ideas for features which could be implemented :

(If you are interested in one of this features, add "+1 Your Name")

(singpolyma 01:02, 9 May 2006 (PDT) -- Not XSLT, but see http://xoxotools.ning.com/hatom2rss.php for hatom to RSS2.0 conversion)

Brian Suda

Citation Microformats

X2V

Make changes and update site (almost stable) Get ATTENDEE and other strange attributes working

WARNINGS and ERROR

work on the warnings and error output for the pre-check in X2V

FAQ

Mark Rickerby

Current Tasks

Wishlist

Ernest Prabhakar

Wiki-Thon Proposal

Set aside several hours (probably a Friday night US PST) for focused work on the Wiki, including both physical (e.g., a room in the Bay Area) and virtual (IRC/iChat) participants.

Goals

  1. Improve understanding of what needs to be done for Wiki
    • IMHO - this should be done here, in to-do incrementally. -Tantek
  2. Tackle larger projects (~1-2 hours) than people usually have time for
    • I'd like to see these projects *documented* first on to-do before we spend 1-2 hours of a bunch of folk's collective time to go through them. -Tantek
  3. Motivate community to have fun with otherwise tedious "housecleaning" chores

Agenda (Wishlist)

In parallel:

Dan Connolly

DanC hopes to sync up on these tasks in irc roughly weekly, during Wednesday afternoon (Chicago time) "office hours". See also my esw todo list and someday pile.

DanC 15:39, 31 May 2006 (PDT)

Chris Casciano

ChrisCasciano

Drew McLellan

DrewMcLellan

Christophe Ducamp (french localization)

Christophe Ducamp

Frances Berriman

Frances Berriman

Ben West (bewest)

bewest

Creators

Information Architecture

Helping to make the wiki easier to use. I'd like to see the main page more towards a format like http://simile.mit.edu/solvent/ with the big questions right out front:

I'd like to change the front page to this kind of design.

Support Pages

There are several categories of things in the wiki. Can we enumerate them?

Can others agree and or refine this list? Should I take it to the -discuss list? How do we create consensus on how the wiki should be organized in order to make it more usable? And how can we turn that consensus into actionable changes?

Considering that the wiki page named with the microformat (i.e. /wiki/hcard) is the one that people will mostly likely look to first for learning about a particular format, I'd think it'd make more sense and create a more welcoming feel to convert these pages to an intro page introducing the format for the beginner and linking to resources like tutorials and creators. Spec pages would then be relocated to wiki/*-spec -- Cgriego 13:25, 16 Oct 2006 (PDT)

New Person 1

etc.

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