Re: revised "generic syntax" internet draft

"Martin J. Duerst" <> Thu, 17 April 1997 11:37 UTC

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From: "Martin J. Duerst" <>
Cc: Larry Masinter <>, "Roy T. Fielding" <>,
Subject: Re: revised "generic syntax" internet draft
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[Just a short personal comment.]

I have been lying in bed yesterday because of a heavy flu,
and today I am working at 50% speed only, and these 50%
have to be devoted to urgent local tasks.

I am therefore sorry if I have to abstain from the discussion
for this week. However, I see that the discussion is nicely
proceeding, and that there are more people than just me that
understand that and how our proposal will actually work.

To Roy Fielding, I would suggest that he (re)reads Francois'
web page on international URLs and my original proposal that
started this discussion (both available via
and looks into the way configuration information can be
setup for Apache to inform it about special needs of scripts
and stuff, before he again claims things to be impossible.

Regards to all,		Martin.