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Re: (Dis)Proving that 303s have a performance impact.

From: Adrian Gschwend <ktk@netlabs.org>
Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2013 12:22:54 +0100
Message-ID: <5120BD8E.80307@netlabs.org>
To: public-webid@w3.org
On 16.02.13 19:48, Henry Story wrote:

> Ok, so we need to compare like with like, in order to be able to have
> an expermiment. So we put ourselves in a user's shoes. He has to
> choose between either hash WebID, or a 303 WebID . He has the same
> information to publish in both cases
> Hash:          http://joe.example/hash/joe#me Non Hash:
> http://joe.example/resource/joe
> So we have the WebID and we need to get the WebID Profile document
> [1]. Let us say the Profile document is of size S .

Why on earth do I *have* to do 303 redirects in the second version? If
the client does proper content-negotiation I simply give him RDF back on
the first request.



Adrian Gschwend
@ netlabs.org

ktk [a t] netlabs.org
Open Source Project

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