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Re: new URI schemes, where to keep

From: Tim Kindberg <timothy@hpl.hp.com>
Date: Thu, 02 Oct 2003 01:58:10 -0700
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To: giovanni@wup.it, uri@w3.org

Hi Giovanni,

At 10:26 AM 10/2/2003 +0200, giovanni@wup.it wrote:
>Sandro Hawke came up with an idea for identifying generic ideas of objects 
>or even persona moods that's called "taguri" (www.taguri.org) .. the funny 
>part is that i currently believe in the utility of such a scheme more than 
>he does anymore (last time we talked he seemed to have been convinced that 
>is a "broken web architecture".. ) :-) I am writing a sw application and i 
>believe i will use his scheme.

As the other co-author of tags 
(http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-kindberg-tag-uri-04.txt), I 
still firmly believe in their utility and I'm glad to hear you agree!

>But what will it happen to it once it has faded as draft? Should i include 
>the specifications with the release of my software?

We're still pursuing tags as an RFC.  I know it's awfully slow but I 
believe we finally have a path to completion.



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