Re: best practices comments

Thanks, Henry.

I added the hexBinary as per your suggestion.

I agree about canonicalization - reference to definition would be helpful.

Now, the funny thing is, I cannot for the life of me find any original
definition of the term "canonical URL". From what I could find, it seems
that "canonicalizing" a URL is the process of "normalizing" the URL, which
is described here:

With a little verification that I am correct, perhaps we should say
something like:

URL canonicalization (URL normalization) is the process by which URLs
<> are modified and
standardized in a consistent manner; see section 6, Normalization and
comparison in [RFC3986].



On Fri, Jun 6, 2014 at 3:36 AM, <> wrote:

> -Section 2.8 you seem to have forgotten the xsd:hexBinary which is a
> standard rdf datatype, used by the cert ontology
> which is used widely by WebID.
> - Canonical urls may need to refer to the definition in the URL spec. ( I
> think that's where the term is found )
> It removes things like ../ in urls.
> Henry
> Social Web Architect

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