Re: More on distinguishing information resources from other resources

On Jun 28, 2005, at 15:41, ext Dan Connolly wrote:

> ... if the TAG's recent
> decision on httpRange-14 becomes the consensus of the community,
> then the community will conclude based on the 200 responses
> that seem to come back that it denotes an information resource.
> I think it's plain that Mark is not an information resource,
> so there's something of a contradiction, or at least a potential
> contradiction, here.

Which is precisely why the particular use of 200 vs. 303
based on the nature of the identified resource should be
a best practice and not an architectural requirement.



Received on Wednesday, 29 June 2005 14:27:05 UTC