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[11:06:52] <Elias> good morning!
[11:19:23] <Julian Reschke> URI Mapping A relation between an absolute URI and a resource. For an absolute URI U and the resource it identifies R, the URI mapping can be thought of as (U => R). Since a resource can represent items that are not network retrievable, as well as those that are, it is possible for a resource to have zero, one, or many URI mappings. Mapping a resource to an "http" scheme URI makes it possible to submit HTTP protocol requests to the resource using the URI.
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[11:19:54] <Elias> hello fluffy
[11:19:59] <Elias> ... and lisa
[12:01:03] <Julian Reschke> http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/ietf-http-wg/2003OctDec/thread.html#48
[12:27:36] <Elias> ack, my phone died... I'll be right back after plugging it in. :-)
[12:38:03] <lisa> Wherever a server produces a URL referring to a collection, the server SHOULD include the trailing slash. In general clients SHOULD use the "/" form of collection names. "If clients do not use traliing slash the client be prepared to see redirect" Clients will find DAV:resourcetype a more reliable way of finding out if a resource is a collection.
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[13:12:58] <Fluffy> We have
[13:12:59] <Fluffy> However servers are free to use another valid URI so long as it meets the uniqueness requirements.
[13:13:23] <lisa> However servers are free to use any URI (e.g. from another scheme) so long as it meets the uniqueness requirements.
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