[uf-discuss] item in hReviews
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Sat Mar 4 17:57:13 PST 2006
On 04 Mar 2006, at 13:50, Ryan King wrote:
> On Mar 4, 2006, at 9:31 AM, Alf Eaton wrote:
>> At postgenomic.com (an aggregator/analysis engine for life science
>> weblogs), an attempt to get people to add markup to their posts to
>> identify reviews of papers currently looks like this: <http://
>> www.postgenomic.com/about_reviews.php>. The recommendation is to
>> use either a) rev="review" on the outward link, or b) to enclose
>> the review in <div class="hreview"> and add class="url" to the
>> outgoing link. My question is that in the hReview draft
>> specification, 'item' is required: would it be best to use <div
>> class="hreview item description"> for the wrapper, or are 'item'
>> and 'description' not really necessary in this context (where
>> there's not always structure, such as citation metadata, in the
>> review itself)?
> In this case, the url would be the item being reviewed, no?
Yes, it would. The trouble is that the item (title, url) and
description (the text of the review) are all going to be jumbled up
here, so it's difficult to isolate them into separate 'item' and
'description' sections. Could it be implicit that a 'url' class
inside an 'hreview' class refers to the item being reviewed?
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