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Re: URIs for the standard output and input streams

From: Lisa Dusseault <lisa@osafoundation.org>
Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2008 17:36:30 -0800
Message-Id: <C59B43D3-4377-4D79-A376-F87F9E069BDA@osafoundation.org>
Cc: Noah Slater <nslater@bytesexual.org>, uri@w3.org
To: Lisa Dusseault <lisa@osafoundation.org>

Ted reminded me that IETF-wide review and IESG evaluation aren't  
required for all URI registrations, even those for permanent status.   
IETF review and IESG evaluation may be required at the discretion of  
the expert reviewer, assuming that the author of the registration has  
not already chosen to put a document containing the registration  
through IETF review and IESG evaluation.


On Feb 5, 2008, at 3:46 PM, Lisa Dusseault wrote:

> On Jan 15, 2008, at 7:33 AM, Noah Slater wrote:
>> On Tue, Jan 15, 2008 at 07:26:06AM -0800, James M Snell wrote:
>>> Well stated. std:in, std:out and std:err are perfect; using
>>> http://whatever is ugly and buys us little
>> Well, URI schemes must be registered with IANA. You should contact
>> them to see what they have to say. I would be surprised if they  
>> didn't
>> suggest that you use HTTP instead.
> I'm late to this thread, but wanted to be a little more clear about  
> IANA's role in this.  IANA reviews URI registrations to see if  
> they're complete and unique etc, but not to see if they're a good  
> idea or to enforce or encourage any architectural policy.  High- 
> level review about what to do comes from
> 	- the URI@w3.org mailing list, this list
> 	- IANA's expert reviewer, Graham Klyne, who generally does not  
> push HTTP for all purposes
> 	- the IETF-wide review done in IETF last call (often silence  
> ensues at this phase)
> 	- the IESG during IESG evaluation, lately the most difficult party  
> to satisfy
> Hope this helps explain who might have taste or policy issues with  
> new URI schemes.
> Lisa
Received on Wednesday, 6 February 2008 01:36:45 UTC

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