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[Bug 8116] URNs are URIs but not URLs

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--- Comment #7 from Larry Masinter <lmm@acm.org>  2010-06-02 21:29:06 ---
ISSUE-78 is (was) already marked as CLOSED.
(ISSUE-78 did have an offer to write a change proposal, although not on a
schedule to the satisfaction of the chairs.)
ISSUE-78 is different, in that it explicitly calls for changing URL in the HTML
document. The 'bug' here is that even if the terminology isn't changed, the
terminology differences should be explained.

In any case, TrackerRequest was not added according to the decision policy
because:
(a) I do have access to the tracker, and *could* open my own issue
(b) TrackerRequest bugs should suggest a title.

I'm not going to open an issue at this point, but wanted to note the anomaly
that something could transition from TrackerRequest to TrackerIssue without the
bug actually being mentioned in the body of the issue, as is required.
(Presumably doing so would be 'new information' which would cause the issue to
re-open.)

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