Re: TEI xptrs as URLs?
>| >How may TEI extended pointers be expressed as URLs?
>| We've already shown some different possible syntaxes...
>| one with TEI pointers as fragment specifiers and the other
>| with the pointer as part of the URL itself (David
>| and I had a length debate about these recently!!).
>I think one and only one syntax should be chosen (preferrably by
>the TEI folks rather than the SERB).
I think both *type* have a place.
Fragment ID's can be used for client-side sub-document addressing,
and URL addressing can used to identify objects at a finer granularity
They could share a common syntax, I agree.