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Re: #296: 203 Non-Authoritative Information: deprecate?

From: Dzonatas Sol <dzonatas@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2011 08:20:01 -0700
Message-ID: <4DF23621.1060409@gmail.com>
To: Poul-Henning Kamp <phk@phk.freebsd.dk>
CC: ietf-http-wg@w3.org
Anotherwords, the queue is in an 1:1 ratio of atomic state to quantum 
state. That is the best the analog signal can transliterate from or to 
the digital signal. Any analysis of such is noise.

Whereas, people argue if the noise is "transparent" or not, or if 
adjectives "transform" the truth. Whereas, in that sense, we could 
rename HTTP-status code 203 to "Hyperbolic state", yet people would 
think they need to signal that in order to enable hypermedia. To solve 
that we could rename that again to "Unreal hyperbolic state", yet then 
that would lead to the rewrite of the book of judges even when 
HTTP-status code 200 is OK. Therefore, the title "203 Non-Authoritative 
Information" is optimal enough.

This is du Lys D`... French.

On 06/10/2011 07:18 AM, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
> In message<4DF220E7.4020708@gmail.com>, Dzonatas Sol writes:
>> On 06/09/2011 11:52 PM, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
>>> I don't see how the current text can support a "transforming proxy"
>>> which translates content from english to french, where the
>>> Accept-Language header must be modified.
>> That is where mime-parts help avoid the need to retouch the first
>> header-set of each query, otherwise there is net cost, especially to
>> untangle services from proxies.
>> The only argument that exists about that is rather to add new parts (to
>> the end) or wrap the entire query (i.e. "top posting"). Persistent
>> connections offer one way to make that argument null and void.
> I'm sorry, none of that makes any kind of sense to me.

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