Re: Uniform access to descriptions

Julian Reschke wrote:
> Xiaoshu Wang wrote:
>>> Not really. The site owner (who may be != Joe) could configure the 
>>> server to return a Link header, without having to touch the resource 
>>> itself.
>> Julian, think more.  If there is no new information, what would the 
>> site owner configures it for?  If there is new information, configure 
>> Conneg (Accept) takes the same effort to configure LINK.
> Well, I gave an example (associating a CSS stylesheet with legacy HTML).
 Bind the CSS stylesheet and HTML to the same URI. Given the stylesheet 
a MIME type?
>> Neither Conneg nor LINK touched the original resource.
>> ...
> Again, how would you want to do that through content negotiation?
> I'm not saying that the Link header is the right solution to every 
> problem. But that doesn't mean it's useless. Can we agree on that?
> BR, Julian

Received on Saturday, 12 April 2008 17:52:41 UTC