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<h1>Microformats Implementations</h1>
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This page lists the applications, plugins, sample code, services, tools that produce or consume microformats. This is only a partial list. If you know other services or tools for or supporting microformats, please add them, link to their [[implementors]], and list what specific microformats they support.
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This page lists the applications, plugins, sample code, services, tools that produce or consume microformats.
  
== Implementations vs. Examples in the Wild ==
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== help improve this page ==
This page is ''only'' for implementations of tools that publish or consume microformats. Companies simply ''using'' microformats on their pages/sites belong in the "Examples in the wild" sections of those respective microformats, e.g.:
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This is only a partial list. If you know other services or tools for or supporting microformats, please add them to this page, link to their [[implementors]], and list what specific microformats they support.
* [[hcard-examples-in-wild|hCard Examples in the wild]]
 
* [[hcalendar-examples-in-wild|hCalendar Examples in the wild]]
 
* etc.
 
  
== Editing This Page ==
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When you find an implementation:
When you find an implementation, first make sure that it is ''actually'' an implementation as opposed to ''just'' an [[hcard-examples-in-wild|example in the wild]] of publishing microformats (see above).
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# Make sure that it is an implementation, rather an publishing example (e.g. [[hcard-examples-in-wild|hCard examples in the wild]], [[hcalendar-examples-in-wild|hCalendar examples]], et.c).
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# Note the name of the ''tool or service'' and the name of the ''developer(s)'' who built it.
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# Add a third level heading with the name of the tool/service to the Applications / Plugins / Services / Tools section below, sorted alphabetically by name of tool/service. e.g. <p><kbd><nowiki>=== Name of Tool ===</nowiki></kbd></p>
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# Add a top level list item just below the heading with an external link to the tool/service, along with a link to evidence of their support for microformats, and mention (and locally link) each microformat that is supported. E.g. <p><kbd>* Link to tool/service, link to their blog post announcing support for e.g. <nowiki>[[hCard]] and [[hReview]]</nowiki></kbd></p>
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# Add a nested list item and local to wiki hyperlink the Name of Developer to a fragment identifier in the [[implementors]] page, e.g. Apple Computer would be linked like this: <p><kbd><nowiki>** by [[implementors#Apple_Computer|Apple Computer]]</nowiki></kbd></p>
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# Check to see if there is an entry for the developer in the [[implementors|list of implementors]], if not add them there. Add a link to the developer's home page followed by "has implemented microformats in:".
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# In the entry for the developer, add a list item and local to wiki hyperlink the Name of Tool to a fragment identifier in this page, e.g. X2V would be linked like this: <p><kbd><nowiki>* [[implementations#X2V|X2V]]</nowiki></kbd></p>
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# Save the page and make sure that each fragment ID local hyperlink when clicked scrolls you to the right spot (for the developer, and for the tool). Make any fix-up edits as necessary.  That's it!
  
Second, note the name of the ''tool or service'' separately from the name of the ''developer(s)'' who wrote the tool/service.
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=== Implementation Details ===
 
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If there are implementation details worth noting, add them them as nested list items under the item for the implementation itself.  If the details subsection grows too big for a specific implementation, feel free to move the details to their  own page and leave a link in place on the implementations page.
Add a third level heading with the name of the tool/service ( <code>=== Name of Tool ===</code> ) to the Applications / Plugins / Services / Tools section, sorted alphabetically by name of tool/service.  Add a top level list item (*) just below the heading with an external link to the tool/service, along with a link to evidence of their support for microformats, and mention (and locally link) each microformat that is supported.
 
 
 
Add a nested list item <code>* by Name of Developer</code> and local to wiki hyperlink the Name of Developer to a fragment identifier in the [[implementors]] page, e.g. Apple Computer would be linked like this: <code><nowiki>[[implementors#Apple_Computer|Apple Computer]]</nowiki></code>
 
 
 
Check to see if there is an entry for the developer in the [[implementors|list of implementors]], if not add them there. Add a link to the developer's home page followed by "has implemented microformats in:".
 
 
 
In the entry for the developer, add a list item <code>* Name of Tool</code> and local to wiki hyperlink the Name of Tool to a fragment identifier in this page, e.g. X2V would be linked like this: <code><nowiki>[[implementations#X2V|X2V]]</nowiki></code>
 
 
 
Save the page and make sure that each fragment ID local hyperlink when clicked scrolls you to the right spot (for the developer, and for the tool).  Make any fix-up edits as necessary. That's it!
 
  
 
== Reporting Bugs ==
 
== Reporting Bugs ==
In short, [[put-it-on-the-wiki]]. In particular, add bug reports, with URL(s) to a valid demonstrative test case(s) of course, to the listing of an implementation on this page, OR on the specific implementations wiki page (e.g. [[hcard-implementations]]).  Please describe why you think it is a bug (user interface, cosmetic, violates a spec page, e.g. for problems parsing hCards, reference which part of [[hcard-parsing]] the implementation appears to not be following).
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Similar to implementation details, in short, [[put-it-on-the-wiki]]. In particular, add bug reports, with URL(s) to a valid demonstrative test case(s) of course, to the listing of an implementation on this page, OR on the specific implementations wiki page (e.g. [[hcard-implementations]]).  Please describe why you think it is a bug (user interface, cosmetic, violates a spec page, e.g. for problems parsing hCards, reference which part of [[hcard-parsing]] the implementation appears to not be following).
  
 
If you have a sense of urgency for getting that particular bug fixed in that implementation, you may email [http://microformats.org/discuss/ microformats-dev] with the URL of that implementation on the wiki page, and *summarize* the bug (the full description being on the wiki page instead).
 
If you have a sense of urgency for getting that particular bug fixed in that implementation, you may email [http://microformats.org/discuss/ microformats-dev] with the URL of that implementation on the wiki page, and *summarize* the bug (the full description being on the wiki page instead).
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=== cmSiteNavigation ===
 
=== cmSiteNavigation ===
 
* [http://www.christophm.de/software/firefox/cmSiteNavigation/ cmSiteNavigation] extension for Firefox make use of links marked with a [[existing-rel-values|"rel" value]], and parses additional link types also.
 
* [http://www.christophm.de/software/firefox/cmSiteNavigation/ cmSiteNavigation] extension for Firefox make use of links marked with a [[existing-rel-values|"rel" value]], and parses additional link types also.
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** This seems to use rel values defined in the HTML 4 spec, not microformats. This is more of a [[posh|POSH]] implementation than a [[microformats]] implementation.
  
 
=== Community Server ===
 
=== Community Server ===
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* [http://www.citycita.org Citycita] supports [[hCal|hCal]] in all event pages for local social groups.
 
* [http://www.citycita.org Citycita] supports [[hCal|hCal]] in all event pages for local social groups.
 
** by [[implementors#Rubio_Jamin|Rubio Jamin]]
 
** by [[implementors#Rubio_Jamin|Rubio Jamin]]
 
=== cognition ===
 
* [http://buzzword.org.uk/cognition/ Cognition] is a Perl framework and script (usable online via CGI, and downloadable for local use) that supports:
 
** hCalendar
 
** hCard
 
** hAtom
 
** adr
 
** geo
 
** rel-tag
 
** rel-enclosure
 
** rel-license
 
** several non-microformat semantic HTML techniques, including GRDDL and RDFa.
 
** by [[implementors#Toby_Inkster|Toby Inkster]]
 
  
 
=== Cork'd ===
 
=== Cork'd ===
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=== Firefox ===
 
=== Firefox ===
* See [[firefox-extensions]]
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* See [[firefox-extensions|Firefox Extensions]]
  
 
=== Flickr People ===
 
=== Flickr People ===
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=== Flickr Photos ===
 
=== Flickr Photos ===
* [http://flickr.com/map/ Flickr's geo tagged photos] are marked up with the [[geo]] microformat.
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* [http://flickr.com/map/ Flickr's geo tagged photos] are marked up with the [[geo]] microformat. Unfortunately, as of August 2010, their new page design does not expose the microformat in a machine readable manner.
  
 
=== Flock Web Browser ===
 
=== Flock Web Browser ===
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** by [[implementors#Flock|Flock]]
 
** by [[implementors#Flock|Flock]]
  
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=== Google Chrome ===
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* See [[chrome-extensions|Chrome Extensions]]
  
 
=== Google Search ===
 
=== Google Search ===
* [http://google.com/ Google Search] - supports [[rel-nofollow]]
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* Consumes microformats via rich snippets: [[search engines | wiki page]], [http://www.google.com/support/webmasters/bin/answer.py?answer=99170 rich snippets docs]
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* supports [[rel-nofollow]]
 
** by [[implementors#Google|Google]]
 
** by [[implementors#Google|Google]]
  
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=== Greasemonkey ===
 
=== Greasemonkey ===
* [http://greasemonkey.makedatamakesense.com/google_hcalendar/ Google hCalendar] - Adds hCalendar data to Google Calendar.
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* [http://greasemonkey.makedatamakesense.com/google_hcalendar/ Google hCalendar] - Adds hCalendar data to Google Calendar and/or [http://www.hostedexchange2010.de/ Hosted Exchange]
 
* [http://www.nickpeters.net/?p=35 Social xFolk] - Adds xFolk links to social bookmarking sites del.icio.us and ma.gnolia.
 
* [http://www.nickpeters.net/?p=35 Social xFolk] - Adds xFolk links to social bookmarking sites del.icio.us and ma.gnolia.
 
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* [http://monkeyformats.org/ Monkeyformats] - a collection of GreaseMonkey scripts that add actual hCard and hCalendar microformat markup to several international phone directories.
  
 
=== hCalendar creator ===
 
=== hCalendar creator ===
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=== JobiJoba ===
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* [http://www.jobijoba.com JobiJoba : moteur de recherche emploi] parses and supports [[hCard|hCard]] and [[rel-tag|rel-tag]] for over 40,000 job listings.
 
  
 
=== JSCalendar ===
 
=== JSCalendar ===
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** [[XFN]] [[rel-me]] "other profiles" UI, and [[hAtom]] activity streams (as of MT v4.1 - see [http://www.sixapart.com/about/news/2008/01/time_for_action.html announcement] and [http://www.movabletype.org/2008/01/building_action_streams.html technical details].)
 
** [[XFN]] [[rel-me]] "other profiles" UI, and [[hAtom]] activity streams (as of MT v4.1 - see [http://www.sixapart.com/about/news/2008/01/time_for_action.html announcement] and [http://www.movabletype.org/2008/01/building_action_streams.html technical details].)
 
** by [[implementors#Six Apart|Six Apart]]
 
** by [[implementors#Six Apart|Six Apart]]
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See also [[movable-type]].
  
 
=== MyMap.yam.com ===
 
=== MyMap.yam.com ===
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* [http://odeo.com/ ODEO] [http://odeo.com/blog/2005/07/adding-microformats-to-odeo.html noted] that they support microformats: [[rel-tag]], [[rel-enclosure]], [http://gmpg.org/xfn XFN].
 
* [http://odeo.com/ ODEO] [http://odeo.com/blog/2005/07/adding-microformats-to-odeo.html noted] that they support microformats: [[rel-tag]], [[rel-enclosure]], [http://gmpg.org/xfn XFN].
  
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=== Open-Xchange ===
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* The [http://www.open-xchange.com Open-Xchange] collaboration appliance supports publishing and subscribing of contacts in hCard format (in addition to exporting vcard) officially since v6.16. The format is extended by additional fields (like "date of marriage") in the OXMF microformat.
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=== Optimus ===
 
=== Optimus ===
 
*[http://microformatique.com/optimus/ Optimus]. Output formats: XML, JSON, JSON-P.
 
*[http://microformatique.com/optimus/ Optimus]. Output formats: XML, JSON, JSON-P.
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* [http://microformat.makedatamakesense.com/profiler/ Profiler] works as a proxy service adding microformat profiles to documents that appear to contain microformats.
 
* [http://microformat.makedatamakesense.com/profiler/ Profiler] works as a proxy service adding microformat profiles to documents that appear to contain microformats.
  
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=== Realcom HAKONE for Notes ===
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* [http://www.realcom.co.jp/en/hakone2.html HAKONE for Notes] - supports [[hCard|hCard]]
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** by [[implementors#Realcom|Realcom]]
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=== Realcom KnowledgeMarket ===
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* [http://www.realcom.co.jp/en/enterprisesuite2.html KnowledgeMarket] - supports [[hCard|hCard]]
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** by [[implementors#Realcom|Realcom]]
  
 
=== RFC2629.xslt ===
 
=== RFC2629.xslt ===
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</blockquote>
 
</blockquote>
 
[http://blog.blip.tv/blog/microformats/ Annoucement], [http://pokkari.com/microformat/javadoc/ Docs]
 
[http://blog.blip.tv/blog/microformats/ Annoucement], [http://pokkari.com/microformat/javadoc/ Docs]
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=== Safari Microformats plugin ===
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<blockquote>
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The Safari Microformats plugin notifies you when the author of the website has published Microformats and allows you to easily import hCards and hCalendars in Address Book and iCal. This plugin was inspired by the idea and mockup of Jon Hicks.
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</blockquote>
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[http://www.zappatic.net/safarimicroformats/ Safari Microformats Plugin]
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* Note - the latest version, 3.1, currently only works w/Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard)
  
 
=== SPRACI ===
 
=== SPRACI ===
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=== Technorati Contacts Feed Service ===
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=== StatusNet ===
* [http://feeds.technorati.com/contacts/ Technorati Contacts Feed Service] is a deployment of [[implementations#X2V|X2V]] to convert [[hcard|hCards]] to vCard (.vcf) format.
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* [http://status.net/ StatusNet] is an open source software for decentralized status updates, that supports: [[hatom|hAtom]], [[hcard|hCard]] (including [[representative-hcard]]s), [[adr]], [[geo]], [[xfn|XFN]], [[xoxo|XOXO]], [[rel-tag]], [[rel-license]], [[rel-prev]], [[rel-next]], [[rel-bookmark]], [[rel-enclosure]] [[rel-home]], [[rel-me]], [[rel-group]], [[rel-member]]
** by [[implementors#Technorati|Technorati]]
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** by [[implementors#Sarven_Capadisli|Sarven Capadisli]]
  
=== Technorati Events Feed Service ===
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<div id="cognition">
* [http://feeds.technorati.com/events/ Technorati Events Feed Service] is a deployment of [[implementations#X2V|X2V]] to convert [[hcalendar|hCalendar]] events to iCalendar (.ics) format.
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=== Swignition ===
** by [[implementors#Technorati|Technorati]]
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* [http://buzzword.org.uk/swignition/ Swignition] is a Perl framework and script (usable online via CGI, and downloadable for local use) that supports:
 
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** [[hatom|hAtom]]
=== Technorati Microformats Search ===
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** [[haudio|hAudio]]
* Technorati [http://kitchen.technorati.com/search/ Microformats Search]. Search for contacts ([[hcard|hCard]]), events ([[hcalendar|hCalendar]]), or reviews ([[hreview|hReview]]) published on blogs and other web sites.
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** [[User:TobyInk/hcalendar-1.1|hCalendar]]
** by [[implementors#Ryan_King|Ryan King]]
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** [[hcard|hCard]], [[adr]], [[geo]], [[jCard]], [[xfn|XFN]] (1.0 and 1.1) and [http://xen.adactio.com XEN]
** first version (2006 May) by [[implementors#Tantek_Çelik|Tantek Çelik]], [[implementors#Ryan_King|Ryan King]], [[implementors#Kevin_Marks|Kevin Marks]], [[implementors#Josh_Smith|Josh Smith]]
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** [[hresume|hResume]]
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** [[hreview|hReview]]
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** [[rel-tag]], [[rel-enclosure]] and [[rel-license]]
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** [[figure]]
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** [[measure]]
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** [[species]]
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** [[xfolk|xFolk]]
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** [[xoxo|XOXO]]
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** several non-microformat semantic HTML techniques, including GRDDL, RDFa, eRDF and COinS.
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** by [[implementors#Toby_Inkster|Toby Inkster]]
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** no longer actively developed, see [[parsers#HTML::Microformats|HTML::Microformats]] for its replacement.
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</div>
  
 
=== Technorati Search ===
 
=== Technorati Search ===
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* The [http://www.tomota.de Tomota] allows import, export and conversion from and to hcards.
 
* The [http://www.tomota.de Tomota] allows import, export and conversion from and to hcards.
 
** by [[implementors#RalfEngels|Ralf Engels]]
 
** by [[implementors#RalfEngels|Ralf Engels]]
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=== Transformr ===
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* [http://github.com/WebOrganics/TransFormr Transformr] Is a microformats transformation toolkit. Transformr is also available as a [http://microform.at/ webservice]
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** by [[implementors#Martin_McEvoy|Martin McEvoy]]
  
 
=== TYPO3 ===
 
=== TYPO3 ===
* [http://www.typo3.com TYPO3], [http://typo3.org TYPO3 Developer Ressource]
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* [http://www.typo3.com TYPO3]
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==== Getting Started ====
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* [http://typo3.org TYPO3 Developer Ressource]
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* [http://www.acqal.com/a/article/getting-help-with-typo3-98.html Getting Help With TYPO3]
 
==== tt_address extension====
 
==== tt_address extension====
 
* [http://typo3.org/extensions/repository/view/tt_address/2.0.1/ tt_address] - hCard support with the tt_address extension version 2.0.0
 
* [http://typo3.org/extensions/repository/view/tt_address/2.0.1/ tt_address] - hCard support with the tt_address extension version 2.0.0
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* Tweeterboard supports [hcard|hCard]], and [http://gmpg.org/xfn XFN] on profile pages ([http://tweeterboard.com/user/missrogue example]).
 
* Tweeterboard supports [hcard|hCard]], and [http://gmpg.org/xfn XFN] on profile pages ([http://tweeterboard.com/user/missrogue example]).
  
=== Twitter ===
 
 
* [http://twitter.com Twitter] [http://twitter.com/al3x/statuses/53982402 supports] [[hatom|hAtom]], [[hcard|hCard]], and [http://gmpg.org/xfn XFN].
 
** hCards for groups are marked up with "fn" not "fn org". See, for example, [http://twitter.com/microformats microformats on Twitter]
 
** Improper address mark-up (no child properties; though this may be all that can be achieved, if the user enters a value like "Birmingham, England")
 
** Uses <code>class="label"</code> for non-hCard purpose.
 
  
  
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=== vCardExplorer ===
 
=== vCardExplorer ===
 
* [http://vcardexplorer.corefault.de/ vCardExplorer for MacOSX] - browses local vcards and converts hcards from URLs.
 
* [http://vcardexplorer.corefault.de/ vCardExplorer for MacOSX] - browses local vcards and converts hcards from URLs.
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=== VIREL Microformats Search Engine===
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* [http://www.virel.de/ microformats search engine] - website friendly crawler. searches for public informations embedded as microformats in web pages.
  
  
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=== WordPress ===
 
=== WordPress ===
*See [[wordpress]].
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*See [[wordpress|WordPress]].
 
 
  
 
=== X2V ===
 
=== X2V ===
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* [http://xwiki.org XWiki] (as of [http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/ReleaseNotesXWiki10Beta5 version 10Beta5]) publishes the user profiles using [[hcard | hCard]], the events in the calendar application using [[hCalendar | hCalendar]], the blog entries using [[hAtom | hAtom]] and homepage links using [[rel-home | rel-home]].
 
* [http://xwiki.org XWiki] (as of [http://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Main/ReleaseNotesXWiki10Beta5 version 10Beta5]) publishes the user profiles using [[hcard | hCard]], the events in the calendar application using [[hCalendar | hCalendar]], the blog entries using [[hAtom | hAtom]] and homepage links using [[rel-home | rel-home]].
  
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=== xfn-spider ===
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* [http://sphinx.net.ru/hg/xfn-spider xfn-spider] — simple crawler extracting microformats with XSLT ([http://sphinx.net.ru/blog/entry/simple-microformat-xslt-extraction/ Original article in Russian] circa summer 2007) and exporting information to OPML feedlist, tag cloud etc.
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* See [http://services.alphaworks.ibm.com/manyeyes/view/SNnqRHsOtha6i5-m6iGTH2- XFN visualization] example at IBM's Many Eyes made using data extracted with xfn-spider
  
 
=== Yahoo Creative Commons Search ===
 
=== Yahoo Creative Commons Search ===
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* [http://movies.yahoo.co.uk Yahoo! UK Movies] supports [[hreview|hReview]].
 
* [http://movies.yahoo.co.uk Yahoo! UK Movies] supports [[hreview|hReview]].
 
** by Mark Norman Francis
 
** by Mark Norman Francis
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=== Yalwa - Local directory ===
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* [http://www.yalwa.com/ Yalwa - Local Directory] supports [[hreview|hReview]].
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Example: [http://wiesbaden.yalwa.de/ID_102318221/Yalwa-GmbH.html Yalwa Listing]
  
 
=== Yedda ===
 
=== Yedda ===
 
* [http://yedda.com Yedda] supports [[hcard|hCard]] for exposing users information, [[hatom|hAtom]] for exposing data that is already exposed via feeds (like list of questions and answers) and [[rel-tag|rel-tag]] for every tag used to tag questions and users.
 
* [http://yedda.com Yedda] supports [[hcard|hCard]] for exposing users information, [[hatom|hAtom]] for exposing data that is already exposed via feeds (like list of questions and answers) and [[rel-tag|rel-tag]] for every tag used to tag questions and users.
 
  
 
== Validators ==
 
== Validators ==
This is an alphabetical listing of tools that have been created to validate implementations, and which formats they support.
 
 
Please add to this section if you have a validator/checker, no matter which or how many microformats you test for.
 
  
=== rel-lint ===
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See [[debugging-tools]].
* [http://tools.microformatic.com/help/xhtml/rel-lint/ rel-lint] supports validation of [[rel-tag|rel-tag]] and [[xfn|XFN]]
 
* by [[implementors#Drew_McLellan|Drew McLellan]]
 
  
 
==Search engines==
 
==Search engines==
See [[search]]
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See [[search-engines]]
  
 
== Companies / Developers / Organizations ==
 
== Companies / Developers / Organizations ==
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The following have been moved from the sections above due to problems, stated below:
 
The following have been moved from the sections above due to problems, stated below:
  
=== Web Essentials ===
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== Publishers and Content Hosting Services ==
* [http://we05.com/ Web Essentials] - supports [[hcard|hCard]] and [[hcalendar|hCalendar]], e.g. in their [http://we05.com/presenters.cfm list of presenters] and [http://we05.com/program.cfm program schedule].
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<em>This section is a stub. You can help the microformats wiki by expanding it.</em>
** John McKerrell tried to look at the site on 24th October 2006 but could not access the site, server didn't seem to be up.
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** As of 2008-02-22, domain is expired. [[User:AndyMabbett|Andy Mabbett]] 05:12, 22 Feb 2008 (PST)
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Publishers and content hosting services are listed on the individual "examples in the wild page". You may list major publishers here along with links to their respective examples in the wild pages.
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=== Twitter ===
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[http://twitter.com Twitter] supports: [[hatom-examples-in-wild|hAtom]], [[hcard-supporting-user-profiles|hCard user profiles]], [[hcard-xfn-supporting-friends-lists|rel-me]]
  
 
== Other ==
 
== Other ==
 
Some notes on initial thoughts around [[implementation-guidelines|Guidelines and Strategies for Implementing Microformats]]
 
Some notes on initial thoughts around [[implementation-guidelines|Guidelines and Strategies for Implementing Microformats]]
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== Old ==
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Past implementations (e.g. sites that have gone offline).
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=== Technorati Contacts Feed Service ===
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* 2005-2011 <nowiki>http://feeds.technorati.com/contacts/</nowiki> Technorati Contacts Feed Service a deployment of [[implementations#X2V|X2V]] to convert [[hcard|hCards]] to vCard (.vcf) format.
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** by [[implementors#Technorati|Technorati]]
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** Use [[H2VX]] instead now (2009+)
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=== Technorati Events Feed Service ===
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* 2005-2011 <nowiki>http://feeds.technorati.com/events/</nowiki> Technorati Events Feed Service a deployment of [[implementations#X2V|X2V]] to convert [[hcalendar|hCalendar]] events to iCalendar (.ics) format.
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** by [[implementors#Technorati|Technorati]]
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** Use [[H2VX]] instead now (2009+)
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=== Technorati Microformats Search ===
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* 2006-2008 Technorati <nowiki>http://kitchen.technorati.com/search/ Microformats Search</nowiki>. Search for contacts ([[hcard|hCard]]), events ([[hcalendar|hCalendar]]), or reviews ([[hreview|hReview]]) published on blogs and other web sites.
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** by [[implementors#Ryan_King|Ryan King]]
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** first version (2006 May) by [[implementors#Tantek_Çelik|Tantek Çelik]], [[implementors#Ryan_King|Ryan King]], [[implementors#Kevin_Marks|Kevin Marks]], [[implementors#Josh_Smith|Josh Smith]]

Latest revision as of 16:28, 18 July 2020

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This page lists the applications, plugins, sample code, services, tools that produce or consume microformats.

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This is only a partial list. If you know other services or tools for or supporting microformats, please add them to this page, link to their implementors, and list what specific microformats they support.

When you find an implementation:

  1. Make sure that it is an implementation, rather an publishing example (e.g. hCard examples in the wild, hCalendar examples, et.c).
  2. Note the name of the tool or service and the name of the developer(s) who built it.
  3. Add a third level heading with the name of the tool/service to the Applications / Plugins / Services / Tools section below, sorted alphabetically by name of tool/service. e.g.

    === Name of Tool ===

  4. Add a top level list item just below the heading with an external link to the tool/service, along with a link to evidence of their support for microformats, and mention (and locally link) each microformat that is supported. E.g.

    * Link to tool/service, link to their blog post announcing support for e.g. [[hCard]] and [[hReview]]

  5. Add a nested list item and local to wiki hyperlink the Name of Developer to a fragment identifier in the implementors page, e.g. Apple Computer would be linked like this:

    ** by [[implementors#Apple_Computer|Apple Computer]]

  6. Check to see if there is an entry for the developer in the list of implementors, if not add them there. Add a link to the developer's home page followed by "has implemented microformats in:".
  7. In the entry for the developer, add a list item and local to wiki hyperlink the Name of Tool to a fragment identifier in this page, e.g. X2V would be linked like this:

    * [[implementations#X2V|X2V]]

  8. Save the page and make sure that each fragment ID local hyperlink when clicked scrolls you to the right spot (for the developer, and for the tool). Make any fix-up edits as necessary. That's it!

Implementation Details

If there are implementation details worth noting, add them them as nested list items under the item for the implementation itself. If the details subsection grows too big for a specific implementation, feel free to move the details to their own page and leave a link in place on the implementations page.

Reporting Bugs

Similar to implementation details, in short, Put it on the wiki. In particular, add bug reports, with URL(s) to a valid demonstrative test case(s) of course, to the listing of an implementation on this page, OR on the specific implementations wiki page (e.g. hCard Implementations). Please describe why you think it is a bug (user interface, cosmetic, violates a spec page, e.g. for problems parsing hCards, reference which part of hCard parsing the implementation appears to not be following).

If you have a sense of urgency for getting that particular bug fixed in that implementation, you may email microformats-dev with the URL of that implementation on the wiki page, and *summarize* the bug (the full description being on the wiki page instead).

Formats

Most microformat specifications have an "implementations" section, e.g.:

In addition, some microformat specifications have separate implementation pages:

Applications / Plugins / Services / Tools

This is an alphabetical listing of all applications, plugins (grouped with their app/tool), services and tools that implement microformats, along with the list of microformats that are supported, and the company and/or developers responsible for it.

As a user, the implementations listed below will automatically help you use microformats and help your data portability and interoperability with other apps and services.

Please help complete this list! If you know of additional apps/plugins/services/tools that support microformats, please add them!

Note: this section is only for listing specific implementations. The list of implementors is in the Companies / Developers / Organizations section on the implementors page.

Alphabetically:

.Mac Webmail


AlchemyPoint

  • AlchemyPoint is a structured web / mashup platform that supports parsing hCard, rel-tag and other microformats.


Backnetwork

Blinksale

BlogMatrix

Blogmarks.net

Bugzilla

  • Bugzilla 3.1.1 includes some microformats on show_bug.cgi and a few other places.


cmSiteNavigation

  • cmSiteNavigation extension for Firefox make use of links marked with a "rel" value, and parses additional link types also.
    • This seems to use rel values defined in the HTML 4 spec, not microformats. This is more of a POSH implementation than a microformats implementation.

Community Server

Conferenceer

  • Built for SXSW 2007, Conferenceer supports hcalendar and hcard.

Citycita

Cork'd


Delicious Generation

Digg

  • Digg supports hCards for profiles and rel-me for identity consolidation (though they currently mix rel-nofollow with rel-me, negating these links).

Dreamweaver

Microformats Extensions

Drupal

Upcoming module for Drupal


Eventful


Facebook

Ficlets

Firefox

Flickr People

Flickr Photos

  • Flickr's geo tagged photos are marked up with the Geo microformat. Unfortunately, as of August 2010, their new page design does not expose the microformat in a machine readable manner.

Flock Web Browser


Google Chrome

Google Search

Google Blogger

Google Creative Commons Search

Google Maps

Gravatar Commenters as hCards

  • Andy Hume added code to his blogging software to automatically mark-up the names and URLs of commenters on his blog with hCard.
    • by Andy Hume
    • Andy - any chance of open sourcing your code to turn Gravatars into hCards?

Greasemonkey

  • Google hCalendar - Adds hCalendar data to Google Calendar and/or Hosted Exchange
  • Social xFolk - Adds xFolk links to social bookmarking sites del.icio.us and ma.gnolia.
  • Monkeyformats - a collection of GreaseMonkey scripts that add actual hCard and hCalendar microformat markup to several international phone directories.

hCalendar creator

hCard to Gmail Service

  • hCard to gmail is a bookmarklet / service which will convert hCard formatted data to the .CSV file for importing to gmail.

hCard creator

Helios Calendar

hKit Microformats Toolkit for PHP5

hReview creator


iChat buddy list to hCards

Internet Explorer



JSCalendar


Konqueror


Last.fm

LinkedIn

Live Clipboard

LiveJournal

LJFind

LouderVoice

  • Publishes and aggregates hreview content - The LouderVoice site provides a variety of tools to publish hreview to blogs and it also aggregates hreview content from any registered RSS Feed so that users can search/rate/collect distributed reviews.


Ma.gnolia

Mash Maker

Maxthon

Maxthon is a browser for Microsoft Windows that uses the Trident rendering engine and provides additional user interface. Maxthon has built and published a plugin for their browser that recognizes microformats in web pages and allows users to take action with them, similar to Operator for Firefox Extensions.

Microformat Base

Microformat Bookmarklet Overlay

Microformat Parser for Ruby

Movable Type

See also movable-type.

MyMap.yam.com


National eXtension Initiative

Nature Network Boston

Nature Protocols

NetNewsWire

  • NetNewsWire is an easy-to-use RSS and Atom reader for your Mac. NetNewsWire 3.0 detects, extracts and converts hcard and hcalendar data from feed entries.

Netscape Navigator

Nutch


ODEO

Open-Xchange

  • The Open-Xchange collaboration appliance supports publishing and subscribing of contacts in hCard format (in addition to exporting vcard) officially since v6.16. The format is extended by additional fields (like "date of marriage") in the OXMF microformat.

Optimus

  • Optimus. Output formats: XML, JSON, JSON-P.


phpMicroformats

Portable Social Network Profile Parser

PostNuke

PostNuke is an Application Framework/Content Management Systeme

Pownce

  • Optimus. Output formats: XML, JSON, JSON-P.

Profiler

  • Profiler works as a proxy service adding microformat profiles to documents that appear to contain microformats.

Realcom HAKONE for Notes

Realcom KnowledgeMarket

RFC2629.xslt


Salesforce

Spanning Salesforce

Sivitools

Sivitols is a Java library for microformats. Currently only the xFolk RC1 standard is implemented, but additional microformat support is planned. This library is being written and maintained for a tag sharing project undertaken by Video Vertigo.

Annoucement, Docs

Safari Microformats plugin

The Safari Microformats plugin notifies you when the author of the website has published Microformats and allows you to easily import hCards and hCalendars in Address Book and iCal. This plugin was inspired by the idea and mockup of Jon Hicks.

Safari Microformats Plugin

  • Note - the latest version, 3.1, currently only works w/Mac OS 10.5 (Leopard)

SPRACI

  • SPRACI - nightlife/events - hCalendar published in events listings, aggregator can read hCalendar

stuckUnstuck


StatusNet

Swignition

Technorati Search

Technorati Tags

  • Technorati Tags pages aggregate blog posts tagged with the rel="tag" open tagging standard, in addition to recent tagged photos and links.

Textpattern

Microformats Plugin

Tomota

Transformr

TYPO3

Getting Started

tt_address extension

TIMTAB extension

  • TIMTAB - XFN support for blogrolls with the TIMTAB weblog extension for TYPO3

Tweeterboard

  • Tweeterboard supports [hcard|hCard]], and XFN on profile pages (example).


ufXtract

Upcoming.org


vCardExplorer


VIREL Microformats Search Engine


WindowsLiveWriter

WordPress

X2V

  • Brian Suda has created several XSLT files to extract microformats from HTML. From that the X2V webservice/favelet emerged. The XSLT and favelet extracts hCard and to produces .vcf (vCard) files and hCalendar to produce .ics (iCal) files. Also in the labs is a universal XMDP validator and a site-wide search spider that recognizes 'no-follow', 'license' and other microformats so they can be used in a more semantic way when displaying search results.

XWiki

xfn-spider

  • See XFN visualization example at IBM's Many Eyes made using data extracted with xfn-spider

Yahoo Creative Commons Search

Yahoo Local

Yahoo Tech

Yahoo UK Movies

Yalwa - Local directory

Example: Yalwa Listing

Yedda

  • Yedda supports hCard for exposing users information, hAtom for exposing data that is already exposed via feeds (like list of questions and answers) and rel="tag" for every tag used to tag questions and users.

Validators

See Microformats Debugging.

Search engines

See search engines

Companies / Developers / Organizations

See implementors

The following have been moved from the sections above due to problems, stated below:

Publishers and Content Hosting Services

This section is a stub. You can help the microformats wiki by expanding it.

Publishers and content hosting services are listed on the individual "examples in the wild page". You may list major publishers here along with links to their respective examples in the wild pages.

Twitter

Twitter supports: hAtom, hCard user profiles, rel-me

Other

Some notes on initial thoughts around Guidelines and Strategies for Implementing Microformats

Old

Past implementations (e.g. sites that have gone offline).

Technorati Contacts Feed Service

  • 2005-2011 http://feeds.technorati.com/contacts/ Technorati Contacts Feed Service a deployment of X2V to convert hCards to vCard (.vcf) format.

Technorati Events Feed Service

  • 2005-2011 http://feeds.technorati.com/events/ Technorati Events Feed Service a deployment of X2V to convert hCalendar events to iCalendar (.ics) format.

Technorati Microformats Search