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RE: New Intro to RDF

From: Hammond, Tony <T.Hammond@nature.com>
Date: Tue, 4 Oct 2005 14:03:10 +0100
Message-ID: <125F7834E11A5741A7D79412EE3504F91D08CA36@UK1APPS2.mpl.root-domain.org>
To: 'Joshua Tauberer' <tauberer@for.net>, 'SWIG' <semantic-web@w3.org>

> Hammond, Tony wrote:
> > One thing you may want to change, though, throughout is your use of
> > 'urn:' URIs. The '/' character is specifically reserved in 'urn:' 
> > syntax
> Okay, good point.  My goal was to point out that URIs aren't 
> necessarily confusable with web stuff, but I guess I ended up 
> with something that was a valid URI on the face of it but an 
> invalid URN.  What would be nice is a URI scheme that has the 
> same hierarchical syntax as http, but without bearing any 
> similarity to a web-oriented URL.  Maybe an 'id' scheme to 
> make hierarchical identifiers.

It's called 'info:'



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