On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 4:48 AM, Ben Companjen
<[log in to unmask]>wrote:
> Returning an HTML document (or XML document as I get) in
> response to a request for an RDA property or class is wrong in the Linked
> Data sense [note 1]. This is explained in the W3C WG Note that you
> referred to in recipe 2 .
I'm the co-author of that note, so I'm all too familiar with it. :-)
At the moment, it shouldn't be possible to request html from
rdaregistry.info without getting redirected to www.rdaregistry.info (hosted
on github using github pages). Although I'm doing a minimal job of checking
the HTTP Accept header.
> Are you planning on introducing 303-redirects?
I'm deeply embarrassed (really) by the fact that the redirect is not a 303
and that it may not be consistent. As well as by the fact that it doesn't
return the requested fragment (which I still believe is best practice). So,
yeah, as soon as I get back from the ALA Midwinter conference (sooner if I
can get some meeting-free time). I'll at least get a 303 redirect header in
there (still learning nginx).