Re: Link to Steve Maine blog entry on End Point Reference Comparison

* wrote:
>Somewhat impolitely replying to my own message of a minute ago, see also 
>the extensive post Melbourne thread starting at [3].  It discusses the 
>"lots of services behind one named gateway" use case that I mentioned on 
>the TAG call today.  If you really want to follow this, you should do some 
>rummaging in the January WSA archives;  for some reason, the archive did 
>not correctly put all the thread entries together. 
>Speaking of tools: it would really be valuable if someone could fix the 
>broken threading in W3C email archives.  Whatever heuristic is used does 
>not in fact work well at all.  In my own email program, I just strip extra 
>whitespace and leading "re:", indepdent of case, and then sort by date. 
>The result seems to be quite robust in presenting most threads, including 
>those situations in which wierd mailers insert extra whitespace.

Could you explain the difference between this implementation and

There are exactly two "threads" as you put it,

  "NEW ISSUE: EPR comparison rule doesn't support Web services gateways/routers"
  "NEW ISSUE: EPR comparison rule doesn't support Web services gateways/routers [i048]"

Threading (as defined in RFC 2822, 3.6.4) is something quite different,

Such presentation depends on user agents providing proper In-Reply-To,
References, and Message-Id headers; if they do not, user agents have to
guess what the parent message of a message might be. Your user agent
does not provide such headers; it would be really valuable if you could
either change its configuration or switch to a different user agent.
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Received on Tuesday, 1 February 2005 09:03:53 UTC