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Re: presentation elements (issue presentationElement-25) (was: Are IDNs allowed in http IRIs?)

From: Martin Duerst <duerst@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 17:32:57 +0900
Message-Id: <4.2.0.58.J.20040426173205.0735c908@localhost>
To: "Michel Suignard" <michelsu@windows.microsoft.com>, <public-iri@w3.org>, <uri@w3.org>

Hello Michel,

Because I haven't heard from you on this issue, I assume
that you are fine with the changes I made, and so I'm
closing this issue.

Regards,     Martin.

At 07:33 04/03/30 -0500, Martin Duerst wrote:

>At 00:23 04/03/19 -0800, Michel Suignard wrote:
>
>>Adam, I think you have a valid point, I would however make a simpler 
>>suggestion, which is two fold:
>>
>>- introduce the concept of IRI used as presentation element of URI 
>>protocol element. In that sense http://jose'.example.net/ is a 
>>presentation element for the following protocol element 
>>http://xn--jos-dma.example.net/ and as you noted 
>>http://jos%C3%A9.example.net/ is not a correct URI (per RFC 2616 
>>referring to host itself defined in RFC 2396). I have suggested text in 
>>that sense to the IRI main editor (Martin). Having the concept of 
>>presentation element validates http IRIs which exist de facto, whatever 
>>we like it or not.
>
>Hello Michel,
>
>I have noted this as issue presentationElement-25 and have
>added the text you sent me, with some changes.
>
>Please check it and send more comments if necessary. Otherwise,
>I'd like to close this issue.
>
>
>Regards,    Martin.
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