[Freebase-discuss] URI reconciliation
thadguidry at gmail.com
Mon Oct 25 01:12:54 UTC 2010
The term canonical has slightly different meanings throughout it's use.
It is one of THOSE words that I personally avoid using because an
authors' intended meaning is sometimes unclear.
The most often used meaning and definition is that of "authority
like", which is "of the canon" or "lawful like the bible".
That last one is what sometimes throws folks that don't know English
well, or study the Qur'an instead (not I, haha).
I'm not beating you up here Spencer, quite the contrary because your
this person who always seems to amaze us here with your thoughts and
So a question:
What do you REALLY mean using simple English ?
(Ambiguous is the other. Whatever happened to simply "unclear" ?)
On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 12:36 PM, Spencer Kelly
<spencerkelly86 at gmail.com> wrote:
> hey, I just saw this http://www.bubblestacks.com/
> and it got me thinking about URl reconciliation in freebase.
> I know everyone uses urls differently, but is there really no
> canonicalizing we could do on freebase weblinks?
> like trailing slashes, www's, https://, .index.html ?
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