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From Nick Chalko <n...@chalko.com>
Subject Re: Use of '/' in ???-specifier's
Date Tue, 25 Nov 2003 01:04:35 GMT
Here is my 20 second URI

http://host/[rootdir]/Orginzation/Product/version/<type-specfiic-Artifact>
one dir each for Org, Prod, and Ver.

After that is dependent on the kind of Product.  ie the java-artifact-spec.

So lets do a 20 sec java artifact spec

Stephen McConnell wrote:

>
>
> Nick Chalko wrote:
>
>> Tim Anderson wrote:
>>
>>> For advocates of URI parsing, what problems are you trying
>>> to solve?
>>>
>>>  
>>>
>>    * Discovery of  "what is available"
>>    * Repository exploring.
>>    * Auto cleanup of repositories.
>>
>>
>>
>> The URI spec is too loose. 
>
>
>
> I completely agree.
>
> But I just want to add that all I want is either (a) a simple 
> structural spec that does not imply more the 20 mins of concentration, 
> or (b) something auto-explanitory ... a.k.a. server side meta (which 
> acording to me is in scope relative to the objective of qualifying and 
> differentiating organization, artifact, version and all of the other 
> semantics that are currently being generalized.
>
> Today - we are not in the 20 min spectrum.
>
> Stephen.
>
>
>>
>>
>> As far as I can tell these are legal
>>
>> http://repo.apache.org/alpha/alpha/alpha/alpha/alpha/alpha.jar
>> http://repo.apache.org/1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9.jar
>>
>>
>> We really need to harden the URI spec a little and the "/"  is a good 
>> start.
>>
>> R,
>> Nick
>>
>>
>



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