Good catch! (BTW, as you'll be seeing shortly, it shows the PDF file in Safari as well). It would be annoying (bad) if going to http://xml.apache.org/fop also brought up a PDF file (it doesn't--just checked! ;-p).
Strange! I remember talk on w3.org discussing this type of thing:
A couple of notable quotes:
Q: What makes a cool URI? A: A cool URI is one which does not change.
"URIs don't change: people change them."
hehehe... It's a feature, not a bug!
Andreas L. Delmelle wrote:
I just happened to type in the address
http://xml.apache.org/fop/fonts (no extension)
in the browser's address bar (IE6), and to my surprise, I ended up looking at the PDF version of the page in question.
Just wanted to know: Is this deliberately done this way? (To put the focus on the PDF rendering abilities of FOP) Or is it just some weird, browser-related thing? (Come to think of it, gonna try it in Safari on the Mac as well... If anything turns up, I'll keep you posted.)