Re: [urn] gbs Name space identifier

worley@ariadne.com (Dale R. Worley) Fri, 25 October 2019 00:27 UTC

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Subject: Re: [urn] gbs Name space identifier
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Philip R Brenan <philiprbrenan@gmail.com> writes:
> In the latest version (attached) I have adopted your suggestion that
> the definition of the <B> component should not be restricted to
> lowercase.  Instead the <B> component is defined, as you suggested, in
> a manner that makes it case insensitive. I have added a recommendation
> that the <B> component be presented to humans in lowercase where
> possible as I believe that this makes the <B> component less
> intimidating and thus more acceptable to people who are working on
> topics named using the proposed standard.

Yes, this looks good to me.

Dale