Date: Mon, 19 Jun 1995 11:05:57 +0200 From: "Dirk.vanGulik" <Dirk.vanGulik@jrc.it> Message-Id: <9506190905.AA01499@ jrc.it> To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: IETF meeting agenda > I think this and related topics should be our first agenda item at the > next meeting. In our two hours, I would like to allocate at least 1 > hour to URN issues, and the remaining time between > Before submitting an agenda, are there any other topics that we should > cover? I would not mind if we could break up the URN issues into a few chunks; - URN content; i.e. what does a URN point to; just some URI/URL's or real meta data. What metadata do we want; just name/date/subject or also admin data to as who submitted the record, who owns the data pointed to and who is responsible for record and/or resource and/or resolving - URN Naming authorities, tied in with DNS, or tailored to this kind of resource naming. Or both ? Authorative or Tree-structured free ? - Actual URN Resolving; DNS to find a resolving host and second name-space resolving to resolve the URN ? or a flatter and very specific name-space and resolving technique. - Transition period; what can we do to tie urn and urls together within the current generation of browsers. - Short (7 mins) overviews of various relevant projects and activities currently taking place. (Just for 'social' reasons :-) Just an idea, Dw.