That's quite a good list of resources Dan!
Specifically, you mentioned:
> As usual, the Microformats community have already been quite active in
> researching this topic; you should check out
and if you prefer to keep
> notes in their (public domain licensed) wiki, that's great; just drop
> in a link from the W3C page. Or add to both.
I'd like to reiterate that invitation to everyone, please feel free to
add any known/previous formats for resumes to existing public domain
microformats research on the subject, and use existing research as you
see fit - that's what it's there for as a community resource:
But there's one big link that Dan surprisingly missed: hResume
Developed using aforementioned research in combination with research
on actual resume publishing practices on the web.
Two key things here:
1. hResume is the most published resume format on the web (for several
from over 10 million resumes on LinkedIn - all marked up with hResume
to numerous long tail examples, tons of individuals who've posted
their resumes online with hResume.
If you're looking at writing a resume search or similar application,
that's a good place to start.
2. hResume is also well implemented, with numerous generating and
E.g the Guardian's jobs/resume aggregator site imports hResumes:
More listed here:
Take a look and see if hResume works for your Curriculum Vitae
(resumé) schema purposes, if it doesn't please send feedback about
what problems/issues you run into so that it can be improved
As this is already a vocabulary (and format) in wide usage, I'm cc-ing
microformats-discuss for feedback/iteration.
Feel free to join irc://irc.freenode.net/microformats for more
2011/10/7 Dan Brickley <dan...@danbri.org>:
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