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* business community sites (LinkedIn)
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*** Joe was a client of yours
*** Joe was a client of yours
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== portfolio's ==  
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== portfolios ==  
Portfolio's always have large lists of links to clients. I (Kilian Valkhof) currently define those using rel="client".
Portfolio's always have large lists of links to clients. I (Kilian Valkhof) currently define those using rel="client".
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== client list's ==  
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== client lists ==  
Large lists of clients, mostly the only semantical description is a header that states "client list"
Large lists of clients, mostly the only semantical description is a header that states "client list"
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== Resume's ==  
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== Resumes ==  
Getting in hResume's water here, but digital resumes often link to client and/or former employers
Getting in hResume's water here, but digital resumes often link to client and/or former employers

Revision as of 16:12, 27 January 2008

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XPN-examples

This is an exploratory page to document examples of business/professional relationships currently published around the web. The Purpose of the studies on this page is to be used as a basis for the creation of an XPN or the extension of XFN. (Which will need to be discussed, there are legitimate arguments for both sides)

Authors

Types of sites

Examples

business community sites (LinkedIn)

portfolios

Portfolio's always have large lists of links to clients. I (Kilian Valkhof) currently define those using rel="client".

client lists

Large lists of clients, mostly the only semantical description is a header that states "client list"

Resumes

Getting in hResume's water here, but digital resumes often link to client and/or former employers

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

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