On Thu, Jul 25, 2002 at 12:07:19PM -0400, Michael Mealling wrote:
| > dnsurn://clarkevans.com/2002/my-data-type#my-format
| > Thus, the scheme follows *exactly* the syntax of HTTP (to keep learning
| > curve down) only that the date is required immediately following the
| > domain name. The advantage of this over http is that it doesn't look
| > like a duck... "dnsurn" is not "http".
| The URN is of the form: urn:duri:<date>:<encoded-URI>
Hmm. If the above proposal is too "close" to http, then formalizing
java "package" names as URI would be useful...
The end goal is (a) to have a DNS based URN and (b) not have this
URN imply any sort of access mechanism (http,https,ftp,news,etc.)
Clark C. Evans Axista, Inc.
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