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From Nicola Ken Barozzi <>
Subject Re: [OT] Re: Sitemap woes and semantic linking
Date Thu, 12 Dec 2002 15:01:15 GMT

Andrew Savory wrote:
> On Fri, 13 Dec 2002, Jeff Turner wrote:
>>Forget this idea that httpd is optional.  Put it right in the centre,
>>use it for URI management and static resource handling, and delegate to
>>Cocoon only the things Cocoon is good at handling.
> I can see the sense in that ... although it does assume that everything is
> going to be coming and going via HTTP. But as I can't think of any sane
> alternatives, that seems reasonable ;-)

IMO this should be transparent to the container(s) and not compulsory.
I should not *rely* on this, but could use it if I wanted to get a speed 

>>But it's not a protocol, it's a 'scheme' :)  Everyone makes this mistake
>>(thanks to Marc for pointing it out).
> Ah, gotcha, thanks. I see the point now.
>>So when you see <link href="java:org.apache.myproj.MyClass">, the 'java:'
>>bit is simply telling the link processor that "org.apache.myproj.MyClass"
>>is to be interpreted as a Java resource identifier.
>>>(That's not to say I'm in favour of the +uml notation either...
>>Oh, that 'text/html+javadoc' was a wild guess at what a Javadoc MIME type
>>might be, based on the observation that the SVG MIME type is
> Ok. Again, my misunderstanding of your intention -- I thought you were
> aiming to add bits to MIME types, rather than using a specific "javadoc"
> type.

Yes, we had basically all come to this non-obvious consensus, after a 
long and profitable discussion.
I want the same thing to happen on current open issues.

> Thanks for the explanations!

Nicola Ken Barozzi         
             - verba volant, scripta manent -
    (discussions get forgotten, just code remains)

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