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Subject: RE: [xdi] Groups - xdi-graph-wrapping-up-v2.doc uploaded

I agree with everything in this document, but want to note something about the convention used for literal XRIs.

The following, =abc+age/$d/“2010-09-20T10:11:12Z”, is not a valid XRI unless things have changed, due to the quote characters.  The way I have been dealing with this is that XRIs that represent literals are data URI xrefs, like so:
=abc+age/$d/“2010-09-20T10:11:12Z” converts to...

That said, I'd recommend a statement in the specs that all XDI parsers MUST transparently convert the form using double quotes to the XRI/URI compliant form, for the purposes of readability and adoption. 

Kind regards,

Bill Barnhill
From: giovanni.bartolomeo@uniroma2.it [giovanni.bartolomeo@uniroma2.it]
Sent: Tuesday, January 25, 2011 11:29 AM
To: xdi@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: [xdi] Groups - xdi-graph-wrapping-up-v2.doc uploaded

.doc version with some corrections added

 -- Giovanni Bartolomeo

The document revision named xdi-graph-wrapping-up-v2.doc has been submitted
by Giovanni Bartolomeo to the OASIS XRI Data Interchange (XDI) TC document
repository.  This document is revision #1 of notes on the global

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