Re: Review and URN assignment for draft-seantek-xmlns-urn-00

worley@ariadne.com (Dale R. Worley) Thu, 13 November 2014 20:41 UTC

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From: worley@ariadne.com (Dale R. Worley)
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To: Sean Leonard <dev+ietf@seantek.com>
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Subject: Re: Review and URN assignment for draft-seantek-xmlns-urn-00
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> From: Sean Leonard <dev+ietf@seantek.com>

> One reason I wrote it was to deal with the brouhaha on urn@ietf.org
> about fragments (so-called “f-components”). XML namespaces don’t use
> fragments much, but RDF does. This proposal represents one attempt
> to deal with fragments in a systematic and URN + URI-compatible way.

That sounds useful.  But given that the brouhaha exists, you need to
discuss more explicitly that you expect to use these URNs (1) with
fragment identifiers and/or (2) containing fragment identifiers -- and
the consequences thereof.  I don't think you have to solve the general
problem, but since the general problem hasn't been solved, you have to
show that you've thought through all the aspects that could arise in
your envisioned use cases.

(BTW, are fragment identifiers used with XML namespace identifiers?)

Dale