Apparently The Hall of Flame URI Wasn't Cool Enough?

by M. David Peterson

Update: Not sure if it was this post, or someone else who may have emailed and/or someone at the W3C who took notice of the multiple 404's being logged, but regardless of the reason, it seems this has now been fixed.

[Original Post]
So maybe I'm missing some sort of intended joke by Tim Berners-Lee, but in doing some brush-up reading on URI's (doing some work in the fragment identifier space at the moment, so wanted to quickly refresh on a few things to ensure I wasn't abusing or misusing the aforementioned identifier inside of an a/@href attribute) I came across the 'See also' section of TimBL's 'Axioms of Web architecture',

Univeral Resource Identifiers -- Axioms of Web architecture


See also





In clicking through to the Hall of Flame I was greeted with,

4 Comments

Ric
2008-04-16 06:24:00
Mark,
I think you missed the semantic markup - the link was in a IRONIC tag.
Josh Peters
2008-04-16 07:21:28
I think the link really is supposed to go here, but I like the irony.


http://www.w3.org/DesignIssues/LinkMyths.html

M. David Peterson
2008-04-16 07:47:17
@Ric,


>> I think you missed the semantic markup - the link was in a IRONIC tag.


Doh! Those damn semantic IRONIC tags get me every time! ;-) :D

M. David Peterson
2008-04-16 07:48:57
@Josh,


>> I think the link really is supposed to go here, but I like the irony.


I clicked around a bit earlier and found that link, but like you, the irony put a smile on my face, making it too hard to pass up as a blog entry. :)