Re: RFC: Multi-Owner Maintenance robot (MOMspider)Dave_Raggett <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Dave_Raggett <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: RFC: Multi-Owner Maintenance robot (MOMspider)
Date: Mon, 6 Dec 93 15:40:56 GMT
Mailer: Elm [revision: 220.127.116.11]
> <!ELEMENT HEAD - - ( TITLE? & ISINDEX? & NEXTID? & LINK*
> & BASE? & OWNER? & EXPIRES? )>
> <!ELEMENT OWNER - - CDATA -- Alias name for document owner -->
> <!ELEMENT EXPIRES - - CDATA -- Expiration date in RFC850 format -->
Your suggestion for a multi-owner maintenance robot (MOMspider) seems
a good one, and I like the idea for making the owner and expiry date
part of the document HEAD. I never did like the <LINK REL="MADE" HREF=...">
notation. Perhaps we ought to stipulate the OWNER should be an email address?
When viewing a document with markup errors, or broken links, who should
the reader mail - the author or the admin staff, e.g. www-admin@host?
The author may want responsibility, or the document may have been produced
automatically. Perhaps we should use an additional attribute, what do you
I will be happy to include this in the revised HTML+ spec - so long
as there isn't vociferous feelings against the idea on the net.