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From Michael Davey <Michael.Da...@coderage.org>
Subject URI syntax
Date Sat, 01 May 2004 08:45:10 GMT
Hello,

I'd like to suggest some changes to the URI Syntax document: 
<http://nagoya.apache.org/wiki/apachewiki.cgi?ASFRepository/URISyntax>


In the "Product specifier" section, from:

<organisation> is the organisation name. It is arbitrary, but should be 
globally unique. It could be the domain name, reverse domain name, or 
simply the name of the organisation. E.g:

"apache.org", "org.apache", "apache"
"java.sun.com", "com.sun.java", "sun"

<project> is the project name. It is unique within an organisation. E.g:

"ldap", "jndi", "maven", "commons-logging".


To:

<organisation> is the organisation name. It is arbitrary, but should be 
globally unique. It could be the domain name, reverse domain name, or 
simply the name of the organisation. Individuals may choose to create a 
unique name based upon their website or email address. E.g:

"apache.org", "org.apache", "apache"
"java.sun.com", "com.sun.java", "sun"
"adambuckley.net", "net.adambuckley", "adambuckley"

<project> is the project name. It is unique within an organisation. If 
your artifact is a sub-project of a larger project, or is unique in some 
way, include that information in the name. For example, if your artifact 
is part of the "bar" project, which is a sub-project of "foo", then your 
project would be named "foo-bar". E.g:

"ldap", "jndi", "maven", "commons-logging".


Shall I update the wiki page?
-- 
Michael


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