A very first reaction to your document.
Initially, the naming convention in akoma ntoso
use the http "#" to introduce the local
information after the IRI (portion information).
But the # has a special usage, it is
a request for a part, client side, so the information
after the "#" is never sent to the server.
This is a problem and the solution we found in
end of 2014 was to replace the "#" with the
"~", without any other change.
So, for example, the reference
has an equivalent syntax
where everything, including the local
information are sent to the server
This usage can also be done on the iri relative
to a work :
or to an _expression_...
of course, you can refer a local position to the
current document with "#chp_3" and with the
alternative syntax, "~chp_3".
This syntax is used intensively at the EP, the
Commission and starts to be used at the OP
Now, if you consider that the ~ is a beautiful
character that you want to use for another
usage, please, replace it with another character
for isolate the local part (for example "$" as
you use it when the local info is alone) so that
The important requirement is that the syntax
with the same structure as the one with the
and allows to separate quickly the
local information from the rest of the iri.
For the rest of the document, I will examine it
in the next days and provide some concret
examples from the european institutions to be
sure of my understanding.
please find the last version of
The next meeting (Nov. 11, 2015) it is
important to have the quorum for
approving this document.
After this approval we can update also
1. COMPONENT AND FRAGMENT
3. DIVISION OF MANIFESTATION using
4. Incremental syntax query
5. Local reference
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