Re: Request for Review of WebID specs before publishing

On 9/6/13 3:05 PM, Henry Story wrote:
>>     It should really be:
>>     </*#i*> (a Reference) as
>>     opposed to //"
>>     <>*#i*"/ (a Literal) :-)
>> I disagree. There we are talking about the URI components, not the 
>> RDF representation of the URI. For example, it's meant to be used 
>> when giving someone your WebID, as opposed to the URI of your WebID 
>> profile document: "Here is my WebID: 
>> Please add me as your friend".
> Agree .
>   </*#i*>  refers to tim 
> berners lee/
> / "//*#i*" is the URI that 
> refers to tim berners lee./
If the above is clear to the reader, then fine. Unfortunately, I don't 
think that it is clear to the typical reader.

<*#i*> is the best of both worlds.

"/*#i*"/ is ultimately 
confusing, based on my experience in the field.



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Received on Friday, 6 September 2013 19:58:05 UTC