SAX: ModSAX addition, general property query

MikeDacon at MikeDacon at
Mon Mar 8 23:03:34 GMT 1999

Hi David,

In a message dated 3/8/99 5:38:55 PM Eastern Standard Time,
david at writes:
> Think of the URI a statement of ownership.  Assume that my ISP is
>, and that I've been allocated 5MB of web space at

This is the primary reason I disagree with using a URI.  
A feature is not a resource.  Also, a standard interface to a set 
of features is not the place to invoke ownership priviledges.
You can't own a feature that you expect others to implement.

Unless I am not getting your idea of a feature, your logic seems

Interesting discussion and process (well worth it),

 - Mike (mdaconta at

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