Martin showed me this last night and I was under the impression that the
URL <http://www.mrrl.lut.ac.uk/urn/martin/top> wasn't an eventual URL that
the URN was pointing at but was the URL of the URC which contained
multiple URLs which you then followed to get to the resource. I can't
really see why the system couldn't tack more or less anything from the end
of the URN onto the URL stem returned from the DNS to point to the URC; surely
this would be up to the administrators of that URC to decide? What's the
good reasons that this won't work?
Jon Knight, Research Student in High Performance Networking and Distributed
Systems in the Department of _Computer_Studies_ at Loughborough University.
* Its not how big your share is, its how much you share that's important. *