[uf-discuss] Multi-word tagging

jim at eatyourgreens.org.uk jim at eatyourgreens.org.uk
Thu Jan 3 04:57:28 PST 2008

There's often information in the full URL that allows you to place a tag in
context, so a clever enough bit of software should be able to figure out
is related to
but not to
Slightly outside the boundaries of microformats tags, since they only use
the last portion of a URL.

I wrote something this morning that uses phrases, not single words, as
tags. Seems to work reasonably well with Operator. The URL is
if you want to use it as an example or a test case.


Original Message:
From: Andy Mabbett andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Date: Wed, 2 Jan 2008 22:45:12 +0000
To: microformats-discuss at microformats.org
Subject: Re: [uf-discuss] Multi-word tagging

In message <6FBF86C2-23EE-4C11-A5A1-3E7CAC96E578 at eatyourgreens.org.uk>, 
Jim O'Donnell <jim at eatyourgreens.org.uk> writes

>+ can indicate a space, but doesn't always. Which means you can't 
>necessarily relate a tag on Wikipedia, say, to a tag on flickr or 

Which is a pity. I suppose that horse has bolted, though. :-(

Andy Mabbett
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