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Re: URN Resolution Paths Considered Harmful

From: Jim Conklin <conklin@info.cren.net>
Date: Thu, 29 Jun 1995 13:44:57 -0500
Message-Id: <199506291742.NAA05367@info.cren.net>
To: Mark Madsen <msm@ansa.co.uk>
Cc: uri@bunyip.com
At 10:00 AM 6/29/95 +0100, Mark Madsen wrote:
>I can visualise a world in which the resolution of URNs is performed
>by commercial services competing on the basis of speed, breadth of
>choice ("we return an average of 7.6 URCs per URN, over 3 more than
>our nearest competitor!"), and a lot f other things that I'm not able
>to predict.  People who have ISPs now will also have subscriptions to
>RSPs (Resolution Service Providers).

  I share this expectation and the belief it mediates against including
resolver names in the URNs.

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