From: "Ronald E. Daniel" <email@example.com> Message-Id: <9507071239.ZM24366@idaknow.acl.lanl.gov> Date: Fri, 7 Jul 1995 12:39:32 -0600 In-Reply-To: Peter Deutsch <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Peter Deutsch <email@example.com>, Martin Hamilton <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Subject: Re: Survey of URI implementation work (was: Re: Follow up...) To add a minor data point to Peter's long list, Ed Balas and I have hacked HotJava to understand xdns2 URNs, get a URC, parse it, and fetch from a URL. In addition, we have an example of a "3'rd party" URC server that rates internet resources according to various forms of offensive content. The browser sends URNs and URLs to the ratings server, gets the URC, parses it and compares the ratings for the resource with limits in the browser. If the limits are exceeded, the resource is not fetched. If the limits are not exceeded, the resource is fetched and displayed. We also have HTML forms for creating new URCs. I will be happy to show this to any interested parties at Stockholm. Once our web pages for all this stuff are complete, I will give out their URLs. -- Ron Daniel Jr. email: email@example.com Advanced Computing Lab voice: (505) 665-0597 MS B-287 TA-3 Bldg. 2011 fax: (505) 665-4939 Los Alamos National Lab http://www.acl.lanl.gov/~rdaniel/ Los Alamos, NM, 87545 tautology: "Conformity is very popular"