Announcing the 0.3.0 version of meetup-mf2.
My blogroll https://www.jvt.me/blogroll/ My RSS feed https://www.jvt.me/feed.xml or https://www.jvt.me/posts/feed.xml if you just want my articles And https://www.jvt.me/ for my #Microformats feed and https://www.jvt.me/kind/articles/ for blog
Stuart Langridge (@sil)Thu, 06 Feb 2020 16:34 GMT
Agree that some users won't want to get stuck into it - they're likely also the users who won't be writing raw HTML for their sites.
So what we're doing for them is getting Microformats2 support directly into the themes for WordPress, Jekyll, Hugo, etc, so anyone using it can benefit without necessarily doing any work!
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As shared in a separate comment in the thread, there's the Microformats2 specification (see https://microformats.io) which reduces duplication seen with some of the other Semantic Web formats.
You can see an example of a parsing result at http://php.microformats.io/?url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.jvt.me%2Fmf2%2F2020%2F01%2F2mylg%2F which produces a standardised structure for the resulting JSON, which makes interconnectivity much simpler.
Us folks in the IndieWeb (https://indieweb.org) have been using it for some time with great benefit, but it's always great to hear others reactions too!
Recommended read: Joining the Indieweb, the web that's been here all along https://vil.lv/posts/2020/01/indieweb.html
Bookmarked: The future of the web, isn't the web
A good read by Terence about how the Semantic Web and using metadata (be it Schema.org, microdata or Microformats) will build a more usable and interconnected life
Recommended read: The future of the web, isn't the web https://shkspr.mobi/blog/2019/12/the-future-of-the-web-isnt-the-web/
h-feed support for my Microformats translation layer for Meetup.com.
A great writeup of what sounds like a great session!
Recommended read: #Redecentralize 2019 Session: IndieWeb Decentralized Standards and Methods https://tantek.com/2019/301/b1/redecentralize-indieweb-standards-methods
Sharing the journey of starting to own my step counts and my technical solution.
A look at what the IndieWeb is, why you should care, and how to get started with it.
Announcing the Microformats translation layer for Eventbrite.com/Eventbrite.co.uk events.
Some recommendations for how to mark up licensing information with Microformats, for making license information machine-discoverable and machine-readable.
I think at https://www.jvt.me/events/homebrew-website-club-nottingham/2019/09/18/ tonight I'm going to write a how-to for setting up your first h-card, similar to https://www.jvt.me/posts/2019/08/21/rsvp-from-your-website/
Adding RSVP support to my Micropub endpoint for Indie events.
Announcing the Microformats translation layer for Meetup.com events.
kind hint to my Indie post types to make it easier to look through each content kind.
How to use your personal website in conjunction with Microformats and Webmention to be able to RSVP to Indie events.
How I've restructured my content to map more closely to Microformats for any Indie content types.
Announcing h-feeds for this website, and making it easier to read non-blog posts.
Adding my pronouns to my personal h-card to help others determine how I identify.
Discovering IndieNews and starting to syndicate my posts to it.
Announcing the events content type and their markup with
Announcing the addition of the
h-entry markup to my blog posts.
How and why I've gone about getting Webmentions rendered on my static Hugo site.
Setting up an hCard to allow microformats parsing for details about myself.