Does it have to be a single path element beyond root? Could you do /reserve/study? That keeps it fairly simple, accurate, and extensible. If that isn't an option, I recommend /spacedibs. /dev On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 9:05 AM, Michael Schofield <[log in to unmask]>wrote: > Whatís up everyone, > > > > We are homegrowing a study room reservation system and weíre within a week > of making it liveóbut still in betaóto the public. Right now, on our > staging > box, our URI looks like something.library.nova.edu/room-res. /room-res > doesnít mean anything, to me. The public URI will be similarly long, like > somethingelse.library.nova.edu/whatever. > > > > Any recommendations or experience with your own reservation links? IMHO, it > should be simple, since the link is already going to be on the long end. > Right now Iím vying for /reservations, but TBH this system is just for > public study rooms and not for our larger conference rooms Ė Iím not sure > our primary users [the students and faculty] will care, but weíll > definitely > be reminded of that technicality by other librarians J. I donít like > /studyrooms, but itís the best Iíve got since Iím avoiding hyphens. > > > > Just picking your brains. Thanks! > > > > Michael Schofield(@nova.edu) | @gollydamn | Front-End Librarian ŗ > www.ns4lib.com > > > > > -- Sent from my GMail account.