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WARC 1.1: Introduce record-id BNF grammar rule for consistency with examples #24
In the examples and in all popular implementations, URIs in the WARC-Target-URL and WARC-Profile fields are not surrounded by "<" and ">" characters. This change makes the grammar consistent with practice by removing "<" and ">" from the basic
I added a Document History section with this kind of thing in mind, but maybe a dedicated Errata bit would be better?
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Sep 18, 2015
My experience in this area is very limited, but in most of the standards I have read the errata is a separate document associated with the version containing the error. eg #25
Revisions I've seen note changes if there are compatibility concerns in a "Changes since 1.0" section or just inline where the relevant item is discussed. For example:
@anjackson, should I add a document history entry to this pull request? I'd be happy to do so. I wasn't sure if it would cause problems when merging and whether the date should refer to now or the date of merging.
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Introduce record-id BNF grammar rule for consistency with examples
WARC 1.1: Introduce record-id BNF grammar rule for consistency with examples
Sep 18, 2015
The following changes have been integrated in the revised ISO draft during the ISO working group meeting on November 16-17, 2015:
in section 4 file and record model, change the definition of uri and add a note:
NOTE: in WARC 1.0 standard (ISO 28500:2009), uri was defined as "<" <'URI' per RFC3986> ">". This rule has been changed to meet requests from implementers.