Great add-on, but not compatiable with 3.2a1pre, can Mike solve this?
Great add-on, very useful, but a little intrusive: the toolbar takes too much place, it would be great if it was a popup on the enabled websites (a bit like microsoft oomph for example).
hCal and all the microformats is splendid, looking forward to this catching on big time
Cool add-on! Is hReview on the roadmap by chance?
What about enabling it also for thunderbird - to discover microformats in mails but to embed tehm as well when creating an html message with the possibility to e.g. add an event to your calendar or contact to your contact list or to make a phonecall via some softphone from a phone number ...
Good and interesting extension but there's a serious problem with customization. I want to delete some entries (eg : I don't care about "amazon search" on a tag...)
Could be way better !
Operator has been an invaluable tool for testing microformat implementations. I'm glad to have it for FF3 as well.
A very interesting tool
I've been using this extension for the last couples of hours and I've already think it's going to be one of those extensions people will want to be part of Firefox, because it will prove very, very useful.
This is a nice tool, but on pages with 100 or more hCards, for example, the tool bogs down page loading and rendering immensely. An instant disable option would be nice -- at least until performance issues can be addressed.
As part of a global e-commerce solution, I used the Operator add-on to demonstrate the 'semantic web in action' as part of a flash+dhtml+microformats Store Locator for a premium global brand.
The results surprised & engaged many people outside of developer circles, and has raised the profile and understanding of how we might better describe data for our clients and their customers, it's importance, and how we might put these techniques to better use - ably assisted by the Operator add-on.
Good work, Mike.
It was useful in the first few seconds.
(I did have to remember that the name of the extension was "Operator", which is a VERY generic name.)
Keep up the good work!