[uf-new] Proposal: wishlist microformat
paul_wilkins at xtra.co.nz
Mon Apr 2 00:21:02 PDT 2007
Scott Reynen wrote:
> On Apr 1, 2007, at 7:33 PM, John wrote:
>> Many auction websites have a "wanted" section, where people can post
>> what they want. They usually go unnoticed because they're relatively
>> few and it's very unlikely that someone will have one of the items
>> listed there.
> Can you point to some examples of these wanted lists on auction
> websites? Generally if they're relatively few, they're not
> appropriate for a microformat (which targets the "low-hanging fruit"
> of widely published data), but maybe these lists share semantics with
> some type of information published more widely (e.g. job listings are
> a sort of wanted list). I'm still not very clear on what we're
> talking about and it would be helpful to see some examples.
It seems to me that wanted sections, wish-lists and jobs wanted would
all fall under the classification of classifieds.
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