From: "Jonathan Rochkind" <>

The difference between URIs and URLs? I don't believe that "URL" is something that exists any more in any standard, it's all URIs.

The URL is alive and well.

The W3C "definition",
"a URL is a type of URI that identifies a resource via a representation of its primary access mechanism (e.g., its network "location"), rather than by some other attributes it may have. Thus as we noted, "http:" is a URI scheme. An http URI is a URL."

SRU, for example, considers it's request to be  URL.

I do think this conversation has played itself out.   --Ray

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