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- Mary Hodder's published usability study with bloggers regarding tags Her conclusion: Bloggers asked for better tagging options and more licensing options.
- The heavy reliance on IMO poorly-conceived URL structures as "de facto best practice" means that some people who wish to provide a "tag here!" indicator in their markup can't play in your sandbox. A better solution would either take the content of the a tag as the tag, or would permit some sort of pattern-matching specification to point consumers of your tag to the "tag" portion of the URL. See rel-tag-issues. JonathanFeinberg 11:37, 9 Feb 2006 (PST)
- I agree with the above. I'd like to implement this tagging microformat, but am unable to because my URL's don't match the restrictions. This doesn't seem to be in the spirit of microformats either, which states that they "intend to solve simpler problems first by adapting to current behaviors and usage patterns". Better to me would be to use the class attribute to tell the browser it is a tag link and the rel attribute to specify the name of the tag, ie class="tag" rel"xxx" PeterDaams 16:01, 18 Jan 2007 (EST)
- See also rel-faq
- rel-tag advocacy - encourage others to use rel-tag.
- rel-tag-spaces - sites suitable as using as targets for rel-tag links.
The rel-tag specification is a work in progress. As additional aspects are discussed, understood, and written, they will be added. These thoughts, issues, and questions are kept in separate pages.