RE: I-D ACTION:draft-zigmond-tv-url-03.txt

From: Peters James-LJP035 (James.Peters@motorola.com)
Date: Mon, Jan 10 2000

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    From: Peters James-LJP035 <James.Peters@motorola.com>
    To: "'Dan Zigmond'" <djz@corp.webtv.net>, WWW TV List <www-tv@w3.org>
    Cc: Peters James-LJP035 <James.Peters@motorola.com>
    Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 17:36:42 -0500
    Subject: RE: I-D ACTION:draft-zigmond-tv-url-03.txt
    
    While reading the archives of the list I noticed that there have been
    discussions relating to specifying time in the URI but I don't see
    references to time in this draft.  What was the result of discussing time as
    an aspect of the URI?  Is it contained in another document?  
    
    -Jim
    
    		-----Original Message-----
    		From:	Dan Zigmond [mailto:djz@corp.webtv.net]
    		Sent:	Monday, January 10, 2000 4:19 PM
    		To:	WWW TV List
    		Subject:	FW: I-D ACTION:draft-zigmond-tv-url-03.txt
    
    		 << File: ATT06742.txt >> << File:
    draft-zigmond-tv-url-03.url >> The most recent draft of the "tv:" URI
    specification is now available on the
    		IETF Web site.  The details are below.  I believe this
    incorporates all of
    		the input I have received to date.
    
    			Dan
    
    
    		--------------------------------------------------- 
    		Dan Zigmond 
    		Senior Manager, Interactive Television Technologies 
    		WebTV Networks, Inc. 
    		djz@corp.webtv.net 
    		--------------------------------------------------- 
    
    
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    		From: Internet-Drafts@ietf.org
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    		Sent: Monday, January 10, 2000 3:39 AM
    		Subject: I-D ACTION:draft-zigmond-tv-url-03.txt
    
    
    		A New Internet-Draft is available from the on-line
    Internet-Drafts
    		directories.
    
    
    			Title		: Uniform Resource Identifiers for
    Television
    		Broadcasts
    			Author(s)	: D. Zigmond, M. Vickers
    			Filename	: draft-zigmond-tv-url-03.txt
    			Pages		: 5
    			Date		: 07-Jan-00
    			
    		World-Wide Web browsers are starting to appear on a variety
    of
    		consumer electronic devices, such as television sets and
    television
    		set-top boxes, which are capable of receiving television
    programming
    		from either terrestrial broadcast, satellite broadcast, or
    cable. In
    		this context there is a need to reference television
    broadcasts
    		using the URI format described in [RFC 2396]. This document
    		describes a widely-implemented URI scheme to refer to such
    		broadcasts.
    
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