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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 09:35:27 +0000
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PS: I dissapointed to here that the examples are not relevant .... I 
think that the examples are extremely useful for implementation. From 
my point of view this is an inconsistency in the specification, that 
deserves to be addressed in any of the possible way:

- changing the definition as proposed in ticket
- adding a NOTE to excplicitly indicate, that in the most cases the 
IRIs should be dereferencable, but there might (MAY) be cases in which
 they are not
- adding an example with non dereferencable IRIs (i.e. URNs)

Any of the solutions are ok for me, as long ... as the issue is 

> None of the IRI-s _defined_ in the WA spec are necessarily HTTP 
URIs. The fact that there are no such cases in the examples is not 
really relevant.

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