Trivial HTTP.

I Find Karma (
Wed, 19 Mar 97 08:52:02 PST

I asked the author of Trivial HTTP for a reference; come to find out
it's an Internet-draft for doing URN resolution request/response! In
case you wanted to read about it, the email follows, since it's about to
go last call...
-- Adam

> From Wed Mar 19 08:33:52 1997
> To: (I Find Karma)
> Subject: Re: Trivial HTTP.
> At 08:17 AM 3/19/97 PST, you wrote:
> > I was wondering if you've heard of something called "Trivial HTTP"
> >and, if so, where I could read about it. Altavista turns up empty.
> As a matter of fact, yes. Its a document I wrote on a dirt-simple approach
> to encoding URN resolution requests and responses in HTTP. (A more
> intellectually satisfying way would be to define new HTTP methods to
> do things like the N2C (name to characteristics) sort of requests).
> The Internet-draft on THTTP can be found at:
> or in various Internet draft repositories under
> draft-ietf-urn-http-conv-01.txt
> It is about to go to last call, and is targeted for publication as
> an Experimental RFC.
> Regards,
> Ron Daniel Jr. voice:+1 505 665 0597
> Advanced Computing Lab fax:+1 505 665 4939
> MS B287
> Los Alamos National Lab
> Los Alamos, NM, USA, 87545


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