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Canonical Reverse Or Wisdom Defying Shorturl?

Mark Nottingham: I think this sort of thing is going to happen more often, not less. Microsoft and Netscape unilaterally extended the Web with MARQUEE and BLINK, and it was ugly, but the impact wasn’t nearly as bad as countless Web developers all extending the Web in their own way could be. The onus is clearly upon organisations like the W3C and IETF to make themselves as transparent and approachable to developers as possible, so that the latent experience and expertise in them can be drawn upon by these innovators, instead of being seen as either irrelevant or impediments.

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[from deusx] Sam Ruby: Canonical Reverse Or Wisdom Defying Shorturl?

"# There is too few data points to conclude that there is any acceleration going on. The data we have is consistent with acceleration. It also is consistent with there being a few minor relationships being defined a year, and a “major” one...

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Sam Ruby: Canonical Reverse Or Wisdom Defying Shorturl?

deusx : Sam Ruby: Canonical Reverse Or Wisdom Defying Shorturl? - "# There is too few data points to conclude that there is any acceleration going on. The data we have is consistent with acceleration. It also is consistent with there being a...

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rel=shortlink is in the Wiki, and I’ve implemented it for my site. Take but a moment if the decision is to go with shorturl. However, it would help to have something sanctioned before all of this fragments even further. Having a hissy over rev=canonical versus rel=shorturl should not be taking our time.

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Twitter (the apparent raison d’être for this function) doesn’t yet support this

It seems to me that the apparent raison d'être for this function are bars. like digg bar, facebook bar, etc...

there has been some controversy about bars lately :

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Posted by Slim Amamou at

Burningbird's RealTech: My Abbreviated Self

From today’s WhatWG IRC : hsivonen: I can imagine all sorts of blog posts about evil HTML5 raining on the rev=canonical backpattery parade svl: Mostly (from what I’ve seen) it’s been "let’s all use this en-masse, so html5 will be forced to...

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Everybody Wants Short Links

Short links are everywhere these days, thanks to Twitter and others. But, they have several structural problems. Here’s a modest proposal to fix up those issues, if only CMS vendors and blog engines go along....

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I wasn’t limiting that comment to link relations; by ‘this sort of thing,’ I meant extensions of all sorts, both to protocols and formats.

Posted by Mark Nottingham at

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TinyURL/Bit.ly decoder for Greasemonkey (tags: totag) Sam Ruby: Canonical Reverse Or Wisdom Defying Shorturl? (tags: webdev revcanonical urlshortening urls) TuneUp - Your Music Collection’s New Best Friend (tags: itunes music software mp3 tools...

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links for 2009-04-15

TinyURL/Bit.ly decoder for Greasemonkey (tags: totag) Sam Ruby: Canonical Reverse Or Wisdom Defying Shorturl? (tags: webdev revcanonical urlshortening urls) TuneUp - Your Music Collection’s New Best Friend (tags: itunes music software mp3 tools...

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links for 2009-04-15

TinyURL/Bit.ly decoder for Greasemonkey (tags: totag) Sam Ruby: Canonical Reverse Or Wisdom Defying Shorturl? (tags: webdev revcanonical urlshortening urls) TuneUp - Your Music Collection’s New Best Friend (tags: itunes music software mp3 tools...

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links for 2009-04-15

TinyURL/Bit.ly decoder for Greasemonkey (tags: totag) Sam Ruby: Canonical Reverse Or Wisdom Defying Shorturl? (tags: webdev revcanonical urlshortening urls) TuneUp - Your Music Collection’s New Best Friend (tags: itunes music software mp3 tools...

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Episode 10

News rev=canonical debate [link] [link] [link]...

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Your link to the wiki page history is time-sensitive and will not make contextual sense as the edit war gets older. I think it’s possible to specify time offsets or edit clusters as part of the arguments to mediawiki, but I don’t know them.

Posted by Jon at

Everybody Wants Short Links

Short links are everywhere these days, thanks to Twitter and others. But, they have several structural problems. Here’s a modest proposal to fix up those issues, if only CMS vendors and blog engines go along....

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The most popular search engine in Russia - yandex.ru (yet actually better for Russia than Google.RU) ignores any rel =...

They use own labels, such as:
nofollow = <noindex> </ noindex> :)

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