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  39. 39 <link rel="contents" href="." title="XFN - XHTML Friends Network" />
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  41. 41 <link rel="start" href="intro" title="XFN: Introduction and Examples" />
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  43. 43 <link rel="help" href="faq" title="XFN: FAQ" />
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  50. 50
  51. 51 <h1><abbr title="XHTML Friends Network">XFN</abbr> 1.1 relationships meta data profile</h1>
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  53. 53 <h2>Authors</h2>
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  55. 55 <ul id="authors">
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  57. 57 <li><a href="http://tantek.com/">Tantek &Ccedil;elik</a></li>
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  59. 59 <li><a href="http://photomatt.net/">Matthew Mullenweg</a></li>
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  61. 61 <li><a href="http://meyerweb.com/">Eric Meyer</a></li>
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  65. 65 <p>As described in <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/struct/global.html#h-7.4.4.3">HTML4 Meta data profiles</a>.</p>
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  67. 67 <dl class="profile">
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  69. 69 <dt id="rel">rel</dt>
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  71. 71 <dd><p><a rel="help" href="http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/struct/links.html#adef-rel">HTML4 definition of the 'rel' attribute.</a> Here are some additional values, each of which can be used or omitted in any combination (unless otherwise noted, and except where prohibited by law) and their meanings, <dfn title="A symmetric relationship 'rel' is one where 'A rel B' implies 'B rel A' and vice versa.">symmetry</dfn>, <dfn title="A transitive relationship 'rel' is one where 'A rel B' and 'B rel C' implies 'A rel C'">transitivity</dfn> and <dfn title="A relationship 'rel' has an inverse 'inv' when 'A rel B' implies 'B inv A'. A symmetrical relationship is its own inverse.">inverse</dfn> if any. Please see the <a href=".">XFN home page</a> for more information about <abbr title="XHTML Friends Network">XFN</abbr>.</p>
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  73. 73 <div><h3>friendship (pick at most one)</h3>
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  77. 77 <dt id="contact">contact</dt>
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  79. 79 <dd>Someone you know how to get in touch with. Often symmetric.</dd>
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  81. 81 <dt id="acquaintance">acquaintance</dt>
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  83. 83 <dd>Someone who you have exchanged greetings and not much (if any) more &mdash; maybe a short conversation or two. Often symmetric.</dd>
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  85. 85 <dt id="friend">friend</dt>
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  87. 87 <dd>Someone you are a friend to. A compatriot, buddy, home(boy|girl) that you know. Often symmetric.</dd>
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  89. 89 </dl>
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  93. 93 <div><h3>physical</h3>
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  97. 97 <dt id="met">met</dt>
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  99. 99 <dd>Someone who you have actually met in person. Symmetric.</dd>
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  105. 105 <div><h3>professional</h3>
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  109. 109 <dt id="co-worker">co-worker</dt>
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  111. 111 <dd>Someone a person works with, or works at the same organization as. Symmetric. Usually transitive.</dd>
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  113. 113 <dt id="colleague">colleague</dt>
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  115. 115 <dd>Someone in the same field of study/activity. Symmetric. Often transitive.</dd>
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  120. 120
  121. 121 <div><h3>geographical (pick at most one)</h3>
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  125. 125 <dt id="co-resident">co-resident</dt>
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  127. 127 <dd>Someone you share a street address with. Symmetric and transitive.</dd>
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  129. 129 <dt id="neighbor">neighbor</dt>
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  131. 131 <dd>Someone who lives nearby, perhaps only at an adjacent street address or doorway. Symmetric. Often transitive.</dd>
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  137. 137 <div><h3>family (pick at most one)</h3>
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  141. 141 <dt id="child">child</dt>
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  143. 143 <dd>A person's genetic offspring, or someone that a person has adopted and takes care of. Inverse is parent.</dd>
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  145. 145 <dt id="parent">parent</dt>
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  147. 147 <dd>Inverse of child.</dd>
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  149. 149 <dt id="sibling">sibling</dt>
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  151. 151 <dd>Someone a person shares a parent with. Symmetric. Usually transitive.</dd>
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  153. 153 <dt id="spouse">spouse</dt>
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  155. 155 <dd>Someone you are married to. Symmetric. Not transitive.</dd>
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  157. 157 <dt id="kin">kin</dt>
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  159. 159 <dd>A relative, someone you consider part of your extended family. Symmetric and typically transitive.</dd>
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  165. 165 <div><h3>romantic</h3>
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  169. 169 <dt id="muse">muse</dt>
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  171. 171 <dd>Someone who brings you inspiration. No inverse.</dd>
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  173. 173 <dt id="crush">crush</dt>
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  175. 175 <dd>Someone you have a crush on. No inverse.</dd>
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  177. 177 <dt id="date">date</dt>
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  179. 179 <dd>Someone you are dating. Symmetric. Not transitive.</dd>
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  181. 181 <dt id="sweetheart">sweetheart</dt>
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  183. 183 <dd>Someone with whom you are intimate and at least somewhat committed, typically exclusively. Symmetric. Not transitive.</dd>
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  189. 189 <div><h3>identity</h3>
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  193. 193 <dt id="me">me</dt>
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  195. 195 <dd>A link to yourself at a different URL. Exclusive of all other XFN values. Required symmetric. There is an implicit "me" relation from the contents of a directory to the directory itself.</dd>
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  201. 201 </dd>
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  205. 205 <h2>Acknowledgments</h2>
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  207. 207 <p>Please see our <a href="thanks">Thanks page</a> for acknowledgments.
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  213. 213 <h2>Copyright</h2>
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  215. 215 <p id="copyright">Copyright &copy; 2003&#8211;2021 GMPG <a href="#authors"></a>. <a rel="license" href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nd/2.0/">Some rights reserved</a>.</p>
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