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Mark Baker scripsit:
> It isn't. The picture is one *representation* of the bricks.
> The URI identifies the resource (some bricks), and a GET returns a
> representation (an image) of those bricks.
Yes, this is right as far as it goes, but your URL only handles a
tiny subset of all the bricks there are. Whereas with my
x-brick: URI scheme, I can address any brick whatsoever, or at
least any brick that's actually doing work, as opposed to being
in a brick pile someplace.
John Cowan http://www.ccil.org/~cowan firstname.lastname@example.org
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