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Re: explicit control of history mechanisms

From: Larry Masinter <masinter@parc.xerox.com>
Date: Sat, 24 Feb 1996 18:32:50 PST
To: sjk@amazon.com
Cc: mogul@pa.dec.com, fielding@avron.ics.uci.edu, http-caching@pa.dec.com
Message-Id: <96Feb24.183257pst.2733@golden.parc.xerox.com>
Jeffrey Mogul wrote (about history vs. cache directives):
 > As it stands now, nothing is going to happen here unless someone
 > takes a lead.  Shel, since you seem to think this is important,
 > I nominate you to put forward a specific written proposal, including
 > a concise rationale for why you think it is necessary.

And you replied:

> I am more than happy to work on something, but I'm worried about
> cutting lose enough time to do it soon enough to matter.  I'm juggling
> an awful lot of things at work right now, but will do what I can as
> soon as I can.   

If you mail a specific proposal to the working group in the next few
days, we can put 5 minutes on the agenda to hear you tell us the
rationale.
Received on Sunday, 25 February 1996 02:52:45 UTC

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