A playlist represents a collection of audio or video of some significance to the list's creator. These could then be syndicated to places like Spotify and Google Play All Access, as they tend to share a lot, if not most, of the same content.
- Site appears to be offline as of 2019-07-02.
gRegor Morrill has posted playlists on his site since 2019-06-29
- No special microformats since there's no consuming applications I'm aware of
Examples in the wild
- XSPF.org aka Spiff an XML format for sharing playlists.
- Stamp (playlist service)
- Example: Internet Archive supports (at least audio) playlists with a nice UI to skip to next/prev track which changes the URL accordingly for the specific track/episode! https://archive.org/details/playlist_20160215
- Possible How To for a Video Playlist post on your own site that plays a series of video files (ogg, mp4, ...) http://thenewcode.com/909/Create-An-Automatic-HTML5-Video-Playlist
- Another possible How To for an audio playlist post on your own site that plays a series of audio files like mp3s http://devblog.lastrose.com/html5-audio-video-playlist/