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- From: Paul Prescod <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Date: Mon, 28 Jun 1999 12:30:12 -0500
Stephen Owens wrote:
> Should the identity of the URL be defined by the content of the URL or by
> the intent/subject of that content? I ask because the same URL retrieved by
> two different browsers could differ wildly based on a server side browser
> detect. (Oh it's IE5, I'll send the XML version, Netscape 4, I'll send out
> something with layers).
According to the new WCA-Terms work, those are resource manifestations.
Even under the current web they have the same "identity" because they were
retrieved with the same URL.
> Should they still share a UUID? If not what's the relationship between URLs
> and UUIDs?
Yes. Two things with the same URL must certainly share a UUID no matter
how textually different they are. The logical object behind them is the
same. Without that much of a guarantee we can have no useful concept of
identity at all.
Paul Prescod - ISOGEN Consulting Engineer speaking for only himself
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