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RE: Are we done with draft-hoffman-ftp-uri-02.txt?

From: Larry Masinter <LMM@acm.org>
Date: Fri, 29 Oct 2004 11:15:48 -0700
To: uri@w3.org
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> > ..In some
> >usage, "quite widespread" means "completely widespread", and in other
> >usage, it would mean "slightly widespread".  I would prefer "so common
> >as to be almost universal."

How about just deleting the word 'quite', leaving it as 'widespread'.

> >"Developers of new FTP client implementations that consume FTP URIs
> >should attempt access to the file using the slash-prefixed
> >('/<cwd1>...') path first, and only use the format specified 
> in RFC 1738
> >('<cwd1>...') if that operation fails."
> This works for me; how do others feel?

 "Implementations of FTP URIs SHOULD attempt to access the file
   using the slash-prefixed ..."

This is a recommendation, there's no point in qualifying it
to 'new implementations'. Old implementations that don't do
this SHOULD also be changed, if they're being updated.

Received on Friday, 29 October 2004 18:16:00 UTC

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