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Re: [web-annotation] Web resources SHOULD be dereferencable via their IRI

From: gsergiu via GitHub <sysbot+gh@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 03 Nov 2016 08:10:01 +0000
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@iherman @azaroth42 
Yes, my assumption was that all IRIs are HTTP URIs. Probably that is 
why we have a different understanding of the texts.

However, there exists no instance of `"id" ` in the 44 examples in the
 WA Specificaitions in which the  IRI is not a HTTP URI.

I asked the previous question to @azaroth42 

> I don't understand what you mean by "Non information resources", can
 you provide a reference in the specifications where such resources 
are used?

But it seems that my question was not interpreted in the way I 
expected, so ... I ask again in a more explicit manner:

1. Are there any IRIs in the Web Annotation specifications that are 
not Http URIs? (I cannot find such cases in the 44 provided examples)
2. Are there any "non informational" resources used in the Web 
Annotion Specifications? (I'm not able to find the _informational_ 
keyword in any of the documents)

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