[microformats-discuss] Evaulating RSS per the
David Janes -- BlogMatrix
davidjanes at blogmatrix.com
Mon Aug 15 03:10:58 PDT 2005
HTML  provides BLOCKQUOTE and Q to cover this ground, does it not?
Unfortunately, HTML 4.01 does not provide a "rel" attribute to better
narrow down the exact context.
<h3 class="title">title of the post</h3>
href="http://example.org/musings">John Doe</a> muses about a topic of
intest</q> but, John, you suck.
Michal Migurski wrote:
> Maybe, maybe not - it depends. There's a *ton* of momentum behind
> serializing periodic content into RSS/Atom/whatever, from podcasts to
> native OS-level support (see below), so arguing for yet another blog
> post standard feels somewhat futile to me.
> HOWEVER, I did mention earlier that what was definitely missing from
> blogs in general was any sort of conversation semantics. I don't see a
> mention of this on blog-post-brainstorming or blog-description-
> format, but this seems like a necessity for blog-based, inter-site
>  http://microformats.org/wiki/blog-post-brainstorming
>  http://microformats.org/wiki/blog-description-format
> Mail & news both have the In-Reply-To header, whose value looks like an
> address. Can a blog post microformat be as simple as this?
> <div class="blog-post">
> <h3 class="title">title of post</h3>
> <p class="content">
> <a href="http://example.org/musings" rel="in-reply-to">John Doe
> muses</a> about a topic of interest. I however vehemently disagree, for
> many reasons.
> <a href="http://example.com/ramblings" rel="permanent-
> link">permanent link</a>.
> michal migurski- mike at stamen.com
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