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Re: Geographic tagging of HTML pages

From: Walter Ian Kaye <walter@natural-innovations.com>
Date: Wed, 14 Apr 1999 10:14:52 -0800
Message-Id: <v03130319b33a89a01a0b@[]>
To: www-html@w3.org
At 7:04p -0800 04/13/99, Keith Starling wrote:
>Instead of adding prefixes to the lat. long., why not just add another meta
><Meta name="geo.planet" content="planet name">

Except that: doesn't "geo" mean Earth? :)  Geography != Cartography
Maybe "loc.heavenlybody"...

 who thinks it's cool that Pluto weaves into Neptune's orbit
 and remembers how 1987's "harmonic convergence" was a dud... ;)

>This doesn't solve the problem of extraterrestrial lat. long., but it seems
>as though there aren't yet enough pages dealing with a specific location on
>another planet to worry about that now.  If it becomes an issue, we could
>just specify the name of the place as a country, since they aren't exactly a
>country that exists on Earth in the terms that we are used to.
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