Universal standard mapping between D-Bus and URI namespaces
simon.mcvittie at collabora.co.uk
Tue Jul 1 12:04:49 PDT 2008
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Like I said on IRC, I think this isn't a bad idea in principle; while
I'm not yet convinced of its usefulness, it costs us nothing (we just need
to drop a couple of files in /srv/dbus.freedesktop.org/www/ to document
that some of our URI-space has been delegated to implementors of random D-Bus
One complaint about terminology:
On Tue, 01 Jul 2008 at 19:54:15 +0200, Anders Feder wrote:
> For bus names,
> a.b.c... maps into http://dbus.freedesktop.org/bus/a.b.c...
A name like org.freedesktop.Avahi or org.gnome.ScreenSaver is not a "bus",
it's a "bus name" (more specifically, a "well-known bus name"), so use
/bus-name/ or something.
I think the only things "bus" could possibly mean are either instances of
dbus-daemon, or types of dbus-daemon (system vs session), neither of
which is what you mean.
(Irrelevant: What's going on with the U+FEFF "zero-width no-break space"
characters in the middle of your message?)
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