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Subject:Re: Is 303 really necessary?
From:Kingsley Idehen (kide@openlinksw.com)
Date:Nov 5, 2010 10:30:51 am
List:org.w3.public-lod

On 11/5/10 5:28 AM, Leigh Dodds wrote:

Hi,

On 4 November 2010 18:42, Kingsley Idehen<kide@openlinksw.com> wrote:

Nobody ever mandated 303 redirection.

I've never encountered anyone in the community that has recently advocated (i.e. since the httpRange-14 discussion) or any documentation that promotes anything other than using # URIs or the 303 redirect approach.

So in the circumstance where someone doesn't want to use a # URI, what options are available? Can point to a document that illustrates an alternate approach? It's not really choice if there's only one option.

You also frequently cite dbpedia as the de facto standard model for publishing Linked Data. This uses the 303 pattern, giving further prominence to that approach.

It has always been an option, and so it should remain.

But if there are other options that have a better mix of advantages and dis-advantages to the two that the community has promoted thus far, then we should include those too.

Cheers,

Leigh,

Unfortuantely, I missed this mail yesterday. Anyway, bearing in mind current state of dialog, I don't have an issue with any solution that's mutually inclusive relative to existing 303 practices. So yes, re. inclusion.

Regards,