Re: user friendly uri names

On Tue, Jan 14, 2003 at 11:34:34AM -0800, Michael Toomim wrote:
> Daniel Veillard wrote:
> >   Something like "applications://Office/" is especially bad because
> > in an URI interpretation "applications" would be the protocol,
> > "Office" the server to contact for that protocol amd the remaining
> > "/" path would indicate a query for the root resource on that server.
> Yeah, what's the deal?  Conceptually, "applications" is a container (ie. 
> I'm saying this from the perspective of not having read rfc2396, because 
> I don't think that gnome's users are expected to read that document either.

  If it's not an URI don't make it look like one.
  If it's an URI follow the f....g spec.


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