LRDD: Link-based Resource Descriptor Discovery
draft-hammer-discovery-06

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Abstract

LRDD (pronounced 'lard') provides a process for obtaining information about a resource identified by a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI). The 'information about a resource' - a resource descriptor - provides machine-readable information that aims to increase interoperability and enhance interactions with the resource. LRDD provides a narrow and well-defined set of rules for obtaining and processing link-based descriptors (found in multiple sources such as HTTP headers, document markup, and resource descriptors) which are often required for security and consistent client behavior.

Authors

Eran Hammer-Lahav (eran@hueniverse.com)

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