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Jonathan Borden scripsit:
> I am not sure what a "Published Subject Indicator" is, so at least I did not
> consider that solution. What would that look like?
A subject indicator is a resource (web page, mailbox, what have you)
that by convention refers to a certain concept or Real World object.
For example, my mailbox could be a SI for me, or yours for you.
A copy of the XML 1.0 Recommendation could be a SI for the
concept of XML 1.0. The page http://www.w3c.org could be an SI for the W3C.
A published SI is one that's available to the general public,
having been promulgated by someone for the purpose. For
is a PSI for the MIME format image/cgm.
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan firstname.lastname@example.org
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