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[Bug 14202] Describe how to use microdata to mark up publication and modification date information for <article>s

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--- Comment #11 from Ian 'Hixie' Hickson <ian@hixie.ch> 2011-10-28 08:13:30 UTC ---
foolip: yeah, good point. It would allow the post information to be extracted
for snippets in a search engine, but not much else.

I guess the question here is what exactly is the use case? What will these
dates be used for, on the consumer side?

marat: Microdata is just a minor part of HTML, it has nothing to do with
anything _but_ HTML. Saying it has nothing to do with HTML is like saying forms
or canvas have nothing to do with HTML.

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