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RE: Proposed issue: site metadata hook

From: <Patrick.Stickler@nokia.com>
Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2003 08:25:30 +0200
Message-ID: <A03E60B17132A84F9B4BB5EEDE57957B01B90B6A@trebe006.europe.nokia.com>
To: <elharo@metalab.unc.edu>
Cc: <www-tag@w3.org>

> -----Original Message-----
> From: ext Elliotte Rusty Harold [mailto:elharo@metalab.unc.edu]
> Sent: 13 February, 2003 14:59
> To: Stickler Patrick (NMP/Tampere)
> Cc: www-tag@w3.org
> Subject: RE: Proposed issue: site metadata hook
> At 10:35 AM +0200 2/13/03, Patrick.Stickler@nokia.com wrote:
> >Fair enough. But you seem to be implying that the web architecture
> >should allow a user to override the rights of the web site 
> owner. That
> >if the web owner says "no robots here" that the user should still
> >be allowed to invite them in. That's what you suggested in your
> >original post.
> I think you're confusing the web site with the web server. 

No, I don't think I am. You may be confusing a web space with 
a web site. Those are not the same thing.


are *not* two web sites. They are two web spaces.

And Joe and Jane are tenants of the http://example.com/ site.

Yes, the content of those two web spaces are probably owned/managed
independently from the rest of the web site, but they are still
part of that web site, and the rights of those tenants of
http://example.com are dictated by the owner of the site.

But you are quite correct that a given server can host multiple sites,
and I will restrict myself in the future to speaking of sites, rather
than servers.


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