Our Biodiversity Heritage Library project at
has implemented some of schema.org into our pages. Specifically the book,
person, and organization types. See a sample here
Data Analyst, Center for Biodiversity Informatics (CBI)
Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis MO
(314) 577-9473 x6396
On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 2:14 PM, Jason Ronallo <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Anyone else implemented HTML5 Microdata  and/or Schema.org ?
> I'm looking for examples of libraries, museums, archives, and
> educational organizations that have implemented HTML5 Microdata and/or
> Schema.org in any way. Even if you have just used it in a very limited
> way on a site, I'd be interested in seeing it.
> I have a short list right now that I've gleaned from various email
> lists, and I have looked around Sindice and blekko's "grep the web"
>  and found a few more. Anyone know of a way (other than doing my
> own map-reduce job on the common crawl data ) to search for
> embedded markup like this?
> I'd like to see if there are more examples I could draw on for my
> code4lib conference talk.
> Thank you,
>  http://schema.org/
>  You can vote for a couple of my suggested greps here:
>  http://www.commoncrawl.org/data/accessing-the-data/