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RE: URL Process List

From: Ian King <iking@microsoft.com>
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 1997 10:51:37 -0800
Message-Id: <c=US%a=_%p=msft%l=RED-10-MSG-970213185137Z-16599@INET-04-IMC.microsoft.com>
To: "'Dan_Zigmond@wink.com'" <Dan_Zigmond@wink.com>, "'R.PETKE@csi.compuserve.com'" <R.PETKE@csi.compuserve.com>
Cc: "'Uri@bunyip.com'" <Uri@bunyip.com>
That someone was me.  :-)  Microsoft is very interested in the work of
this group (which is why I'm involved).  I second Rich's encouragement
for folks to make comments on Larry's well-written draft.  The time to
get this sort of process and structure in place is NOW, while we're
still at least slightly ahead of the curve.  

Ian King, QA Lead <iking@microsoft.com>
Microsoft Information Retrieval		WARNING: Dates on calendar are
Internet Services Business Unit		       closer than they appear.

>-----Original Message-----
>From:	Dan_Zigmond@wink.com [SMTP:Dan_Zigmond@wink.com]
>Sent:	Thursday, February 13, 1997 8:59 AM
>To:	R.PETKE@csi.compuserve.com
>Cc:	Uri@bunyip.com
>Subject:	Re: URL Process List
>As someone trying to get some new URL schemes through the process, I think
>defining this process is very important.  And, as I think someone pointed
>out at the San Jose BOF, companies are more likely to follow a
>standradization process if it is well-defined.  Right now we have people
>and companies creating and using non-standard URL schemes without much
>attention being paid to consistency and interoperability.
>I think it would be worth scheduling a meeting in memphis to discuss the
>I-D and plan a roadmap mor completing this process.
>     Dan
>Dan Zigmond
>Wink Communications
Received on Thursday, 13 February 1997 13:58:04 UTC

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