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Subject: Re: [chairs] Unique OASIS document identifiers

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/ jkeane <jik@jkeane.com> was heard to say:
| We are talking about filenames not URI's. Assuming these are equivalent, we
| also need to recognize variations in culture and preferences.

- From a user's perspective, there are no files on OASIS, only URIs.

| cs vs TCspec
| No has proposed TC spec (with spaces). The question was whether "cs" was
| cryptic. Some one  proposed "TCspec."  That seemed like a reasonable and
| short compromise with some embedded meaning.

Your message said, quote:

  Can any one not live with "TC Spec" and deleting the references to all lower

I thought you were proposing exactly what you quoted, "TC<space>Spec".

| 1) silence on lowercase  (recognizing there is not consensus)

I can live with that, I suppose, as long as all of the required fields
are all lowercase. What individual TCs decide to do with the names
they create for their specs is up to them.

| 2) silence on underbars being allowable (recognizing there was explicit
| consensus about not using them)


| 3) keep "cs"

Works for me. :-)

And my apologies if I was a bit brusque yesterday. The thought of
losing all my understandable, usable, meaningful, persistent URIs in
favor of some botched database query string left me in a foul mood. :-/

                                        Be seeing you,

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