Difference between revisions of "User:TomMorris"

From Microformats Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
(edited my profile and added scala hcard parser to my to-do list)
(tidying up)
 
(16 intermediate revisions by 7 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
Hullo. I'm Tom. I'm based near London. I study philosophy and I faff around with microformats and Semantic Web stuff in my spare time. And I help organise BarCamps. I also write code in Ruby, Java, Scala, Python, XSLT and (though I abhor the very existence of it) PHP.
+
Hello, I'm Tom and I have a website at [http://tommorris.org/ tommorris.org]. I'm a London-based software developer with a background in studying philosophy, Semantic Web noodling and assorted data hackery. I code in Ruby, Python and Scala and maintain [[mf2py]]. I'm a wiki [[admin]] both on here and on [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Tom_Morris Wikipedia].
 
 
== My Links ==
 
* [http://tommorris.org tommorris.org]
 
** Uses hCard, XFN, rel-tag, xFolk and lots of VoteLinks
 
* [http://twitter.com/tommorris Twitter]
 
 
 
== Stuff I've made ==
 
* [http://tommorris.org/blog/2007/08/10#When:15:47:21 xoxofrontier] to help you publish xoxo from Frontier and the OPML Editor by patching the internal html.getOutlineHtml() script. I'm working on a new version to better model OPML to XOXO - see [[xoxo-brainstorming]]. The xoxofrontier patch is GPL as it modifies GPL code in the [http://support.opml.org/download OPML Editor].
 
 
 
== Published data-in-HTML 'seeds' ==
 
I'm publishing data-in-HTML in order to try and show possible future use cases that could be turned into microformats or other data-in-HTML standards (including use of GRDDL). Perhaps you may wish to use these when looking for examples in the wild for new format work:
 
* tommorris.org - [http://tommorris.org/pages/books books]
 
** Uses rel values on a elements to point to worldcat.org to describe whether or not I've read a book ('read' and 'reading' are current rel values). I was using [http://allconsuming.net/person/tommorris/ AllConsuming.net] but I can't easily get my data out. The idea is that I could eventually write a parser that looks at the rel values of the page, then extracts data from WorldCat.
 
  
 
== µf todo ==
 
== µf todo ==
 +
* [[microformats2-parsing-rdf]]
 
* write up the current best practices for ISO 8601 date parsing in Java, Ruby, Python, PHP and any other language that catches your fancy. - added 2009-07-13T16:37:00+01:00 by me
 
* write up the current best practices for ISO 8601 date parsing in Java, Ruby, Python, PHP and any other language that catches your fancy. - added 2009-07-13T16:37:00+01:00 by me
* write a scala hcard parser - added 2009-10-07T23:13:30+01:00 by me
 
* ...
 
* use more microformats
 
* PROFIT.
 
  
 
== Public Domain Licence ==
 
== Public Domain Licence ==
 
I'm doing my part - you should too! See [http://microformats.org/blog/2007/12/29/making-open-standards-as-open-as-possible/ Tantek's post on the blog] and make your microformats ''free''!
 
I'm doing my part - you should too! See [http://microformats.org/blog/2007/12/29/making-open-standards-as-open-as-possible/ Tantek's post on the blog] and make your microformats ''free''!
 
{{Template:cc-public-domain-release}}
 
{{Template:cc-public-domain-release}}

Latest revision as of 17:49, 23 July 2014

Hello, I'm Tom and I have a website at tommorris.org. I'm a London-based software developer with a background in studying philosophy, Semantic Web noodling and assorted data hackery. I code in Ruby, Python and Scala and maintain mf2py. I'm a wiki microformats admins both on here and on Wikipedia.

µf todo

  • microformats2-parsing-rdf
  • write up the current best practices for ISO 8601 date parsing in Java, Ruby, Python, PHP and any other language that catches your fancy. - added 2009-07-13T16:37:00+01:00 by me

Public Domain Licence

I'm doing my part - you should too! See Tantek's post on the blog and make your microformats free!

norights-a.gifnorights-a.gif
Released into public domain

I agree to release all my text and image contributions (past, present and future), into the public domain*. Please be aware that other contributors might not have done the same, so if you want to use pages with my contributions under public domain terms, please check past contributors' user pages.

"^ Creative Commons Public Domain License, the original at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/publicdomain/ or any later version published by Creative Commons; with either a waiver of rights, or an assertion that no rights attach to a particular work."