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RE: Draft TAG telcon minutes of 12th August 2010

From: Grosso, Paul <pgrosso@ptc.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Aug 2010 09:49:13 -0400
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Henry,

I rarely understand Roy, and I never like his tone.

(By the way, XML Core had nothing to do with anyURI, and
he had plenty of time to comment on our LEIRI work--as
many other people from outside the WG did--if he had had 
any inclination.)

I assume you'll be able to distill for us whatever it is
from this discussion that will actually be of use for us
in developing the standards under our charter.

paul

> -----Original Message-----
> From: www-tag-request@w3.org [mailto:www-tag-request@w3.org] On Behalf
> Of Roy T. Fielding
> Sent: Tuesday, 2010 August 17 21:45
> To: W3C TAG
> Subject: Re: Draft TAG telcon minutes of 12th August 2010
> 
> On Aug 17, 2010, at 7:07 AM, Jonathan Rees wrote:
> 
> >   ht: Roy's experience is directly contradicted by XML Core
> experience
> >   (system identifiers, LEIRIs, etc.) - there's quite a bit of
> >   commonality
> >
> >   <Zakim> ht, you wanted to disagree based on XML COre WG experience
> >
> >   ht: we discontinued work on a separate spec because IRIbis was
> >   willing to take it on... I think Roy's wrong
> 
> I have no problem comparing my experience to that of XML Core and
> stating, unequivocally, that they haven't the foggiest notion of
> the difference between identifiers and references to identifiers.
> Both anyURI and LEIRI attest to that.
> 
> In any case, the commonality needed is in regard to how to process
> references in the context of various HTML attributes and browser
> data entry.  Even if XML has more commonality than HTML in that
> regard, it doesn't change what I was talking about and would not
> imply that an XML algorithm would be suitable for HTML.
> 
> ....Roy
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