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From Nick Chalko <n...@chalko.com>
Subject Re: URI syntax
Date Tue, 04 May 2004 15:54:06 GMT
Yes I like your suggestions,  update the webpage,  but I would annotate 
your additions as TIPS or HINTS

Michael Davey wrote:

> 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?



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