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[Fwd: Re: KD007 Assertion that two URIs identify the same resource]

From: Dan Connolly <connolly@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2004 09:30:19 -0500
To: Norman Walsh <ndw@nwalsh.com>
Cc: www-archive@w3.org
Message-Id: <1098282619.14529.69.camel@dirk>
I was going to tell Karl "it already does say this"
but the relevant text is in the future directions
section for data formats, not for identifiers.

In fact, I think I made the same comment in my
review of the 28 Sep draft... ah... no, that was...

‘ 3.8 Future... 
                      * ‘ There remain open questions regarding Web
                        interactions.
                              * ‘ suggests once we answer the open
                                questions, we'll be done. Not so; the
                                web will continue to evolve as long as
                                it's usefully in operation. suggest: 
                                      * ‘ Web interactions are evolving
                                        beyond HTTP 1.1 and the other
                                        traditional Internet protocols
                                        (FTP, SMTP).

My comment on 2.7 was...

‘ 2.7 URI future directions 
                      * ‘ 2.7.2. Assertion that two URIs identify the
                        same resource 
                              * ‘ move under 2.2.3. Indirect
                                Identification 
                        

That might be too big of a change to make without chatting
with the group, so it might not be worth the bother.

Feel free to disregard this input altogether... it would
be silly to have outstanding dissent from Karl in our
request for Proposed Rec over something like this, but
there does come a point where it's time to stop fidgeting
around with the document.


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Le 15 oct. 2004,  15:30, Norman Walsh a crit :

> / Norman Walsh <ndw@nwalsh.com> was heard to say:
> | * KD 007
> | 2.9.2. Assertion that Two URIs Identify the Same Resource
> | What does it implies? What does it mean? What are the benefits? In
> | which usage scenario? are questions that I want to know when I'm
> | reading it. Or at least a pointer to a resource explaining with the
> | same level of clarity that this document usually does.
>
> This text occurs in a "Future Directions" section of the document. I 
> expect
> the TAG may revisit this issue in more detail in the future, for now 
> this
> is intended to alert the reader to emerging developments and point the
> reader to a relevant specification (in this case OWL).
>
> Do you find that explanation satisfactory?

yes for me :) How the readers will know it?
Do you mean that the TAG will revisit this issue before REC? if not 
what you just said has to be added somehow to the document ;)



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Karl Dubost - http://www.w3.org/People/karl/
W3C Conformance Manager
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