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Subject: Re: Does schema.org support global identifiers for items?
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On 6/22/11 11:52 AM, Peter Mika wrote:
> Hi Philip,
> We plan to provide an example showing the usage of itemid, and also
> examples showing the usage of microdata in the header.
Even if you weren't, as Martin already explained, it shouldn't be
disallowed, removed, or undermined in anyway. Its part of the spec.
> On 6/22/11 12:44 PM, Philip Jï¿½genstedt wrote:
>> On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 11:26, Martin Hepp<mfh...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Please, do not disallow global identifiers for items!
>>> This is key for helping search engines to connect dots distributed
>>> across large e-commerce shop sites.
>> Only if the sponsors actually do something with it, hence the
>> question. If they do something with it, then I hope it's going to be