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    1. In constrast, for "cite-as" it is preferred for the purpose of referencing.

      When this spec originally proposed rel="identifier" I wondered if it might be more approp;riate than rel="canonical" for our purposes.

      But I wasn't sure, because "preferred for the purpose of referencing" still strongly implies an access URI, not a URI-independent identifier.

    2. The meaning of "canonical" is commonly misunderstood on the basis of its brief definition as being "the preferred version of a resource." A more detailed reading of [RFC6596] clarifies that the intended meaning is preferred for the purpose of content indexing [canonical-blog].

      Yes! This is where we went wrong, in my view, using rel="canonical" as our primary mechanism for cross-site coalescence of annotations.

    1. "canonical" [RFC6596], used to identify content that is either duplicative or a superset of the content at the link context, for example a single page version of a magazine article, provided for indexing by search engines, of an article that is spread over several pages for human use.

      See https://www.mattcutts.com/blog/canonical-link-tag

    2. <link rel="identifier" href="http://persistence.example.org/738207472" />

      Or, perhaps:

      href="doi:..."

      href="urn:x-pdf..."

      etc

    3. 4. The "identifier" Relation Type for Expressing a Preferred URI for the Purpose of Referencing

      Now /this/ sounds like just what the doctor ordered!

    4. Identifier: A Link Relation to Convey a Preferred URI for Referencing draft-vandesompel-identifier-00

      This is referenced from https://hyp.is/oyqijtx8EeeKIQcqViQjDA/www.w3.org/TR/wpub/

    1. we are proposing a new IANA link relation type, rel="identifier", that will support linking from the final URL in the redirection chain (AKA as the "locating URI") back to the persistent identifier that ideally one would use to start the resolution.

      Successor to rel="canonical" for our purposes?

    1. High Resolution Linking, so that a link can point to a specific sentence, paragraph or any other object within a document, not just to the document as a whole.

      Like this!

    1. A selection, position, or state specifier, as described in this document, may have its own unique identity in the form of an URL. This URL SHOULD be dereferencable and return the selection/position/state specifier definition itself.

      Good!

    1. The Web Publication's address can also be used as value for an identifier link relation [link-relation].

      Marking this passage as a link target.

    2. A Web Publication's canonical identifier is a unique identifier that resolves to the preferred version of the Web Publication

      Ah, so there /is/ a preferred URL.

    3. The availability of this address does not preclude the creation and use of other identifiers and/or addresses to retrieve a representation of a Web Publication, whether in whole or in part.

      OK, cool.

  2. Dec 2017
    1. unadjusted data suggests that the 1930s were actually the warmest decade in the United States and that temperatures in Australia have only increased by 0.3 degrees over the past century, not the 1 degree usually claimed.

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