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Re: New Schema Suggestion: Webringie JSON

From: Joseph D. Smith <joseph.jds.smith@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2022 08:33:19 -0500
Message-ID: <CAKOh59taQ2Z7TxnWM1xq6S6+tYJrBs7Cb-pjqQESSVY506jgSw@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-schemaorg@w3.org
Sorry, that was my old website. This is the new one:
https://webringie.neocities.org/

And the webringie: https://webringie.neocities.org/webringie.json

I haven't updated my email signature for awhile either.

Pardon my mistake.


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Best regards,

Joseph D. Smith.
Webmaster/Owner
Webringie SP

https://webringie.neocities.org/ <https://phaywhish.neocities.org/>
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On Thu, Jul 21, 2022, 4:14 AM Joseph D. Smith <joseph.jds.smith@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Hi! I have a suggestion for a new JSON Schema I call a webringie. A webringie would essentially be a webring, but instead of displaying a webring on a webpage, the webringie would link different websites with a similar niche or genre together in search engines. Of course search engines would still have the freedom on how to handle abusive webringies or webringie users.
>
> An example is my Phaywhishie (webringie of Phaywhish) webringie hosted at: https://phaywhish.neocities.org/webringie.json
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> One would typically activate the webringie with either (or both) a link rel="preload" element or a script src="/webringie.json" element on the webpages the webringie applies to.
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> I will break down what the different (but would be required) objects mean and do, aside from the 'license':
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> "webringie"; = Starts the webringie.
>
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> "title": {
>     "rel": "Phaywhishie" = The title of this particular webringie, which is Phaywhishie.}
>
>
> "url": {
>     "href": "https://phaywhish.neocities.org"
>   } = The host page of the webringie, which is Phaywhish's homepage.
>
>
> "trackback": {
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>     "href": "/index.html"
>   } = The page the webringie will help index in the search engines, which Phaywhishie is set to the webringie member's index.html page. (Kinda tricky if theirs is named differently.)
>
>
> "ping": {
>     "href": "?ping="
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> } = Calls the search engine to ping the member site.
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>
> And finally,
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> "search": {
>     "query": "?search=Battle+Games"
>   } = Tells the search engines the main keyword (though multiple queries may be used).
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> This is Phaywhish's homepage: https://phaywhish.neocities.org/
>
>
> Thank you for allowing me this opportunity to give my suggestion! :-)
>
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> Best regards,
>
> Joseph D. Smith.
> Webmaster/Owner
> Phaywhish SP
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