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RE: no Versioning or Variants

From: Saveen Reddy (Exchange) <saveenr@Exchange.Microsoft.com>
Date: Mon, 20 Apr 1998 14:00:37 -0700
Message-ID: <2FBF98FC7852CF11912A00000000000107E7856A@DINO>
To: www-webdav-dasl@w3.org
I would say tht HTTP/1.1 defines them but only within the context of
content-negotiation -- authoring is less clear. How does one upload a german
language variant of a text that alreadt exist? It's even less clear how this
affects a search (beyond the fact that certain HTTP headers are now exposed
as DAV properties). The further complication is that, as I understand it,
versioning and variants will use the same model on WEBDAV (this is based on
comments I heard at the LA IETF). We would need to have the DAV models for
both before we can address them in DASL.

-Saveen

-----Original Message-----
From: Judith Slein [mailto:slein@wrc.xerox.com]
Sent: Friday, April 17, 1998 12:39 PM
To: Jim Davis
Cc: www-webdav-dasl@w3.org
Subject: Re: no Versioning or Variants


HTTP 1.1 defines enough about variants that I think we need to consider
them.  Section 12 on content negotiation, together with the Accept,
Accept-Charset, Accept-Encoding, and Accept-Language make it clear that a
single resource may be available in different variants that could certainly
be relevant to search.  Do I want you to search all variants or just the
English language variants or just the French language variants for the word
"chat"?

At 04:01 PM 4/16/98 PDT, Jim Davis wrote:
>As I recall, at the IETF BOF we agreed to remove any mention of versioning
>or variants from the DASL spec until such time as the WebDAV protocol (or
>some other relevant protocol) defines them.
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