Re: Namespaces and URIs (was: A good case for Namespace URIs)
Seairth Jacobs wrote: > why don't we just come up with > a new scheme to use instead of "http". For instance, we could have "xmlns". > Then, when seeing "xmlns://www.govtalk.gov.uk/CR/core" or preferably > "xmlns://govtalk.gov.uk/CR/core", we would know that the URL is not > resolvable (at least using HTTP). At the same time, organizations can > continue to use the URL format for its conveniences. I like this a lot. -- Ron
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