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{{OpenIssue}} <span class="entry-summary author vcard"><span class="published">18:32, 24 August 2009 (UTC)</span> raised by <span class="fn">[[User:Kevin Marks|Kevin Marks]]</span></span>
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* <strong class="entry-title">hCalendar instead of dateline?</strong> Would an [[hCalendar]] event (which can contain an hCard location) make sense for a dateline, or is the 'date' part more often omitted?
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** Confusingly, the journalistic term "dateline" isn't anything to do with a date or time.  It is the location from which a report is filed and is generally the main location associated with a story.  Generally, a dateline consists of a city (e.g. "Rome") but could be the name of a ship at sea or even a space station. [[User:Stuart Myles|Stuart Myles]] 21:12, 24 August 2009 (UTC)
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{{OpenIssue}} <span class="entry-summary author vcard"><span class="published">18:32, 24 August 2009 (UTC)</span> raised by <span class="fn">[[User:Kevin Marks|Kevin Marks]]</span></span>
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* <strong class="entry-title">hCard instead of geo?</strong>  Is geo really in use here, or would using an hCard (that can contain geo) be a better way of representing locations referred to in the story, as more human readable?
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{{OpenIssue}} <span class="entry-summary author vcard"><span class="published">18:32, 24 August 2009 (UTC)</span> raised by <span class="fn">[[User:Kevin Marks|Kevin Marks]]</span></span>
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* <strong class="entry-title">What is item-license?</strong>  Using [[rel-license]] presumably?
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= Closed Issues =
 
= Closed Issues =

Revision as of 22:40, 24 August 2009

This page reflects externally raised issues about news microformat effort in development.

Issues

Please add new issues to the bottom of the Open Issues section by copy and pasting the Template. Please follow-up to resolved/rejected issues with new information rather than resubmitting such issues. Duplicate issue additions will be reverted.

Issues Template

Consider using this format (copy and paste this to the end of the list to add your issues; replace ~~~ with an external link if preferred) to report issues or feedback, so that issues can show up in hAtom subscriptions of this issues page. If open issues lack this markup, please add it.

Please post one issue per entry, to make them easier to manage. Avoid combining multiple issues into single reports, as this can confuse or muddle feedback, and puts a burden of separating the discrete issues onto someone else who 1. may not have the time, and 2. may not understand the issue in the same way as the original reporter.

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{{OpenIssue}} 
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 <span class="published">2011-MM-DD</span> 
 raised by <span class="fn">~~~</span>
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* <strong class="entry-title">«Short title of issue»</strong>. «Description of Issue»
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Open Issues

open issue! 18:32, 24 August 2009 (UTC) raised by Kevin Marks

  • hCalendar instead of dateline? Would an hCalendar 1.0 event (which can contain an hCard location) make sense for a dateline, or is the 'date' part more often omitted?
    • Confusingly, the journalistic term "dateline" isn't anything to do with a date or time. It is the location from which a report is filed and is generally the main location associated with a story. Generally, a dateline consists of a city (e.g. "Rome") but could be the name of a ship at sea or even a space station. Stuart Myles 21:12, 24 August 2009 (UTC)

open issue! 18:32, 24 August 2009 (UTC) raised by Kevin Marks

  • hCard instead of geo? Is geo really in use here, or would using an hCard (that can contain geo) be a better way of representing locations referred to in the story, as more human readable?

open issue! 18:32, 24 August 2009 (UTC) raised by Kevin Marks

Closed Issues

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