[microformats-discuss] Microformats Zen Garden

Kevin Lawver kevin at lawver.net
Fri Oct 21 12:34:31 PDT 2005

Do we really want to emulate the zen garden?  It's great at showing what 
CSS is good at: styling markup.  The real power of it is that it shows 
off what you can do with CSS without changing markup.  I'm not sure that 
works for microformats...  does it?

Should we emulate something like the CSS Vault (http://cssvault.com/) 
instead?  We can provide a single place to see all of the cool 
implementations of microformats and tools around them.  We could provide 
a zen garden piece, but provide working examples of each existing 
microformat currently on the wiki.

Also, do we need a whole new site for this, or could it live on 
microformats.org somewhere (or as a sub-domain of)?

Kevin Lawver

Robert Bachmann wrote:
> Ryan King wrote:
>>Practically, here are some things that can be worked on *now*:
>>* Microformats Zen Garden (I know there's many who're willing to 
>>contribute, but we need a point person, still)
> I would like to be the point person.
> Disclaimer: I know HTML and CSS but I'm not a good designer.
> Robert

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