[OpenID board] axschema.org is down
ve7jtb at ve7jtb.com
Sun May 8 05:12:37 UTC 2011
I talked to Dick.
He didn't renew it last month and thinks some squatter has it now.
I asked him to check if it is still in the grace period that would let him renew it.
The domain was one that Dick used for SXIP and should never have been in the spec unless he had turned it over to the foundation.
This is a good lesson to learn. Don't include references to proprietary things outside of our control!
The reference is at-least non normative so can be removed.
We should post a doc listing common AX URI.
Dicks unfinished attribute type spec used http://schema.openid.net/
openID4java and myopenID use scema.openid.net because those were supposed to be the official ones.
The domain is actually schemas.openid.net so the draft and the implementations don't match the real domain.
Google and others started using the other ax url from sxip's earlier work and sxip used the ones on openid.net.
AX url's are a mess. there is no spec that has ever been approved.
If we can get the domain, we can post a explanation. Otherwise lets just drop the refrence.
I always said using the axschema domain was going to be a problem one day unless the foundation controlled it.
It may be too late to fix. We shall see.
On 2011-05-07, at 6:57 PM, Allen Tom wrote:
> We should transfer the domain to the OIDF and get the site back up, since it's supposed to be the attribute registry, and is referenced in the AX spec.
> On May 7, 2011, at 2:33 PM, Chris Messina <chris.messina at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Not sure when it expired, but axschema.org is down.
>> It's referenced in the AX spec, here:
>> Any ideas what we should do about this? Should we remove the reference? Should we attempt to obtain the domain?
>> Chris Messina
>> Open Web Advocate, Google
>> Website: http://chrismessina.me
>> Blog: http://chrismessina.me/b
>> Follow my updates: http://twitter.com/chrismessina
>> This email is: [ ] shareable [X] ask first [ ] private
>> board mailing list
>> board at lists.openid.net
> board mailing list
> board at lists.openid.net
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the board