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Title : The 'tag' URI scheme
Author(s) : T. Kindberg, S. Hawke
Filename : draft-kindberg-tag-uri-00.txt
Pages : 8
Date : 06-Jul-01
This document describes the 'tag' Uniform Resource Identifier (URI)
scheme for identifiers that are unique across space and time.
Identifiers belonging to this scheme are distinct from most other
URIs in that they are intended for uses that are independent of any
particular method for resource location or name resolution. A 'tag'
URI may be used purely as an identifier that distinguishes one entity
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