[uf-discuss] Microformats Implementations details/taxonomy for hCalendar (to start with)

Mark Mansour mark at lifelint.com
Thu Mar 9 13:37:00 PST 2006

The categorisation does make navigation simpler.

I don't want to sound like the wiki police, but it may be worth while
to specify the order in which items are added to a list.  i.e. newer
items at the top/bottom of lists, alphabetical, etc.


On 3/10/06, Tantek Çelik <tantek at cs.stanford.edu> wrote:
> In an attempt to make it easier for folks to find particular types of
> implementations for each microformat, I have organized the "Implementations"
> section of the hCalendar specification into what feels like a decent best
> first guess at categories of implementations that people may be interested
> in for various purposes:
> * Authoring
> * Browsing
> * Converting
> * Libraries
> * Potential (typically open source projects we'd like to add support to)
> Some of those have subcategories also.
> Take a look and let me know if this makes sense, if it is better than just a
> flat list of implementations, etc., and if you have any suggestions for
> improvements
> If folks this is a good idea, then we can proceed to update the
> Implementations sections of the other specs accordingly.
> The goal here is to make it *easier*  for folks reading the microformats
> specifications to find tools/libraries to do stuff with microformats.
> http://microformats.org/wiki/hcalendar#Implementations
> Thanks,
> Tantek
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