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Re: [URN] draft-ietf-urn-nid-req-01.txt

From: Dan Connolly <connolly@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 28 Mar 1997 02:21:28 -0600
Message-Id: <333B7F88.914876B@w3.org>
To: Patrik Faltstrom <paf@swip.net>, uri@bunyip.com, ietf-url@imc.org
I'm trying to get up to speed on all the UR* drafts
and such for Memphis. Some of this stuff is pretty exciting
(NAPTR and RRs and all that) but some of it is confusing.

First of all, what's the relationship between mailing
lists and charters?
	urn-ietf@bunyip.com -> 
	uri@bunyip.com -->
		??? (defunct URI WG; anything else?)
		??? (new URL syntax/process WG? Is this
		a real WG? It's not listed at:

Now... about this document:

Patrik Faltstrom wrote:
> draft-ietf-urn-nid-req-01.txt 
>             Namespace Identifier Requirements for URN Services

> Introduction:
> =============
> The Uniform Resource Name (URN) Working Group has defined mechanisms
> for both the syntax [4] and resolution of URNs [1,2]. An framework
> for URN discovery systems has also been outlined [3]. This draft
> discusses and recommends the requirements for entities that wish
> to act as Namespace Identifiers (NIDs) within the URN system.

Making new NIDs seems exactly analagous to the process of making
new URL schemes.

Compare with:

   This document provides guidelines for the definition of new URL
   schemes and describes the process by which they are registered.

Is it really necessary/useful to go through this exercise twice?

Dan Connolly, W3C Architecture Domain Lead
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