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* Tantek Çelik
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* Steve Ivy
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== Related Pages ==
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* [[voting-brainstorming]]
== Discussion/Concepts ==
== Discussion/Concepts ==
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* [http://www.artweb-design.de/articles/2006/06/05/distributed-votings-using-microformats Distributed votings using microformats] from Artweb Design
* [http://www.artweb-design.de/articles/2006/06/05/distributed-votings-using-microformats Distributed votings using microformats] from Artweb Design
* [http://24ways.org/2006/boost-your-hyperlink-power Boost Your Hyperlink Power] - Jeremy Keith, using CSS to surface vote information
* [http://24ways.org/2006/boost-your-hyperlink-power Boost Your Hyperlink Power] - Jeremy Keith, using CSS to surface vote information
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* [http://redmonk.net/archives/2006/12/21/voteback/ VoteBack] - VoteLink discovery + pingback/trackback
 
=== Example: Vote Links ===
=== Example: Vote Links ===
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* Most example sites, including Digg, UrbanDictionary.com, and Slashdot all use plain text labels or images for marking up their voting features.
* Most example sites, including Digg, UrbanDictionary.com, and Slashdot all use plain text labels or images for marking up their voting features.
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=== See Also ===
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== See Also ==
* [http://www.w3.org/TR/2002/REC-xhtml1-20020801/ XHTML SE]
* [http://www.w3.org/TR/2002/REC-xhtml1-20020801/ XHTML SE]
* [[vote-links]]
* [[vote-links]]
* [http://dbpubs.stanford.edu:8090/pub/1999-66 Stanford paper describing an early version of PageRank]
* [http://dbpubs.stanford.edu:8090/pub/1999-66 Stanford paper describing an early version of PageRank]

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Voting Examples

The Problem

There has been a good bit of discussion relating to how to represent the intent of a link from one site to another as an endorsement of that site or not. See Kevin Marks on voting (Vote Links) for initial arguments for a way to represent this information.

This page serves to document the current list of voting examples from real world sites for the design of a simple voting microformat. - Steve Ivy

Contents


Participants

Related Pages

Discussion/Concepts

(This may belong on a page of its own)

Real-World Examples

Centralized Implementations

Vote Links

There are a few implementations based on the VoteLinks microformat combined with other technologies:

Example: Vote Links

(from: VoteLinks microformat)

<a rev="vote-for" href="http://ragingcow.blogspot.com"  
   title="neat spoof">Raging Cow</a>
<a rev="vote-against" href="http://ragingcow.com"  
   title="nasty corn syrup drink">Raging Cow</a>

Existing Practices

See Also

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