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** "loved" (song on Last.fm)
 
** "loved" (song on Last.fm)
 
** "added" (event on Upcoming)
 
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=== Vimeo ===
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* [http://www.vimeo.com/#activity "All activity" on Vimeo]
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** "uploaded" (a video)
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** "likes" (a video)
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** "commented on" (a video)
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** "tagged" (a video with a tag)
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** "joined" (a group)
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** "created" (an album)
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** "added" (a video to an album)
  
 
=== see also ===
 
=== see also ===

Revision as of 00:08, 24 October 2008

activity verb examples

Part of the activity streams effort. Per the microformats The microformats process this page is here to document existing real world web publishing examples of activity verbs (typically as part of activity streams).

examples

In alphabetical order by site/service name:

Flickr

  • Flickr recent activity on your account
    • "newest contact" (of Flickr USER)
    • "marked you as a contact too" (by Flickr USER)
    • "comment since yours"
    • "added this as favorite" (one of your photos)
    • "said" (a comment on one of your photos)
    • "added a tag" (tagname) (on one of your photos)
    • "added a note" (on one of your photos)
    • sent a Flickr mail (by Flickr USER)

Oddly/interestingly enough, the posting a photo itself does not show up in Flickr's activity streams.

FriendFeed

  • FriendFeed
    • "posted" (message on Twitter, entry on Tumblr, photo on brightkite.com, message on brightkite.com, message on Jaiku, entry on BLOGNAME, link)
    • "published" (photos on Flickr, videos on Vimeo)
    • "dugg" (story on Digg)
    • "checked in" (on brightkite.com)
    • "bookmarked" (page on delicious)
    • "loved" (song on Last.fm)
    • "added" (event on Upcoming)

Vimeo

  • "All activity" on Vimeo
    • "uploaded" (a video)
    • "likes" (a video)
    • "commented on" (a video)
    • "tagged" (a video with a tag)
    • "joined" (a group)
    • "created" (an album)
    • "added" (a video to an album)

see also

For more examples, see also:

analysis of examples

Analyzing the above (and other) examples, one can deduce the following common verbs:

  • posted
    • FriendFeed - many specific types
    • Flickr - a comment
  • ...

More examples and analysis are necessary to expand this set. Some of this can be found by:

See also the analysis of common activity stream verbs on the other DiSo wiki.

see also