The microformats community is growing extremely fast. New people are joining the mailing lists and wiki every day and contributing their work towards a better authored web.
In light of this growth, we’ve added a new mailing list, called ‘microformats-new‘, which is now the best venue for talking about the development of new formats.
The reason we decided to create this list is that we’ve found that the group of people who want to work on new formats is a rather distinct subset of all of those involved with microformats. It’s valuable work, but it’s not for everyone.