OpenGraph Web Pages deciphered
So as trivial as this sounds it's actually important. A recent update now discerns the difference between Word press, Blogger, and other article based webpages via the meta generator tag to type them as "article" typed OpenGraph objects with the associated meta data, rather than website OG objects. We also use HTML5 <article> tags as valid article markers and try to pull articles out of public facing social network sites as well.
It would be nice if the OpenGraph Specification gave us more types to work with but for right now that's what we have. It's pretty accurate for in determining article content from most sites.
We're also creating OG book objects where our logic determines that the website is a book or that a PDF/PS is actually an e-Book.
Again, this may seem trivial, but it's actually very important to weed out the context of web pages. It's something Google doesn't do very well, and that's part of what makes the web hard to digest at this point and time.
It also plays into our voting for documents logic nicely as having different document types categorized this way means that you can vote on articles or articles of a certain type by section, ie. Technology articles.
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