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From Daniel Aleksandersen <aleksandersen+apache....@runbox.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Readable and L10N URIs with content negotiation and mod_rewrite/aliases
Date Tue, 11 Mar 2008 19:54:38 GMT
Hi,

I need some help to think clearer.

To copy the example used on “Making readable URIs” at W3C:
“A Norwegian without knowledge of basic English would like to be able to 
remember "www.site.com/fiske/stenger" instead 
of "www.site.com/fishing/rods".”

What I am wondering about is how I would go about rewriting the URIs in 
Apache to allow for content negotiation at these two URIs. If a Norwegian 
requests ‘www.site.com/fishing/rods’, he should get redirected to the 
Norwegian URI and served the Norwegian document. Say the location of the 
two versions is "/fishingrods.html.en and fishingrods.html.nb.
-- 
Daniel Aleksandersen – http://www.opensource-notebook.com/

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