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RE: boundaries for the Web

From: Bill de hÓra <dehora@eircom.net>
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2002 14:03:29 -0000
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>  Simon St.Laurent:
> > The introduction to the TAG architecture document [1] currently
> >  states:
> > -----------------------------------
> > The World Wide Web ("Web" from here on ) is a networked
> > information  system consisting of clients, servers and other
> > agents that
> > interchange information.
> > -----------------------------------


> Dan Connolly:
> Another fairly clear boundary is that if URIs don't figure
> in somehow, it's pretty disconnected from Web Archtecture.
> e.g. TCP, french minitel, AOL, etc.


Much more: if URIs don't figure it's not on the web. If the TAG is
prepared to mention URIs from the very outset, this will help
clarify the definition. Without URIs the claim is political rather
then technical; perhaps that is Simon's concern. 

Bill de hÓra


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