Thomas Steiner (@tomayac)

Hamburg, Germany

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January 31st, 2011

@mahemoff @cramforce “We both learned something very valuable for each other’s projects” << You mean you had beer? ;-)

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@webr3 No Content-Length header in XHR says the spec (http://bit.ly/ex66eH). @zemanta, you return HTTP 411 if it isn’t included. What now?

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@webr3 A q. wrt. xhr: on line 270 of XMLHttpRequest.js you exclude “content-length” from allowed headers. Why? req. content-length.

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@webr3 (Sorry, catching up only now, weekend = family quality time) Same impression here, o3-fastxml seems like the most advanced lib.

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Instead of (@)rev use (@)rel instead, w/ an opposite term (e.g., instead of rev=”made”, use rel=”author”): http://bit.ly/f0exO7. Good!

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Wrote @webr3 in http://bit.ly/heg9nz: I didn’t realize that (@)rev was entirely obsolete & mustn’t be used by
authorsTML5 //RDFa

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