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The tag URI scheme is a uniform resource identifier (URI) scheme for unique identifiers called tags, defined by in October 2005. The RFC identifies four requirements for tags: * Identifiers are likely to be unique across space and time, and come from a practically inexhaustible supply. * Identifiers are relatively convenient for humans to mint (create), read, type, remember etc. * No central registration is necessary, at least for holders of domain names or email addresses; and there is negligible cost to mint each new identifier. * The identifiers are independent of any particular resolution scheme.

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  • Les Tag URI sont des URI conçus pour être uniques dans le temps et l'espace tout en étant utilisable par les humains. Ils sont distincts des autres URI, car ils ne comportent aucun mécanisme d'autorité de résolution. Ils utilisent le concept d'espace daté. Un tag peut-être utilisé simplement comme un descripteur pur. Utiliser un tag URI peut donc avoir certains avantages sur la pratique commune des URI HTTP comme identificateurs pour les ressources non HTTP.
  • The tag URI scheme is a uniform resource identifier (URI) scheme for unique identifiers called tags, defined by in October 2005. The RFC identifies four requirements for tags: * Identifiers are likely to be unique across space and time, and come from a practically inexhaustible supply. * Identifiers are relatively convenient for humans to mint (create), read, type, remember etc. * No central registration is necessary, at least for holders of domain names or email addresses; and there is negligible cost to mint each new identifier. * The identifiers are independent of any particular resolution scheme.
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  • Les Tag URI sont des URI conçus pour être uniques dans le temps et l'espace tout en étant utilisable par les humains. Ils sont distincts des autres URI, car ils ne comportent aucun mécanisme d'autorité de résolution. Ils utilisent le concept d'espace daté. Un tag peut-être utilisé simplement comme un descripteur pur. Utiliser un tag URI peut donc avoir certains avantages sur la pratique commune des URI HTTP comme identificateurs pour les ressources non HTTP.
  • The tag URI scheme is a uniform resource identifier (URI) scheme for unique identifiers called tags, defined by in October 2005. The RFC identifies four requirements for tags: * Identifiers are likely to be unique across space and time, and come from a practically inexhaustible supply. * Identifiers are relatively convenient for humans to mint (create), read, type, remember etc. * No central registration is necessary, at least for holders of domain names or email addresses; and there is negligible cost to mint each new identifier. * The identifiers are independent of any particular resolution scheme. Tags are used extensively in YAML.
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