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Re: What if:

Where do you see that in the HTTP RFC?  Maybe I missed something.

At 03:40 PM 4/28/01 +0100, Sean B. Palmer wrote:
>> You mean unlike "http:" which is intended to
>> identify web pages, not namespaces?
>So you're saying that http://frag.org/#xyz identifies a Web page and
>not some kind of concept? HTTP is fine to use as a namespace, but one
>should expect that occasionally people will attempt to dereference the
>resources to gather more information about them. Whether or not they
>find anything at the other end is up to the creator of the
>P.S. HTTP (sans Frag IDs) is intended to identify (MIME) content
>suitable for hypertext pointing, rather than just hypertext itself.
>Kindest Regards,
>Sean B. Palmer
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take it easy,
Charles Reitzel