Fred Drake wrote:
On 6/27/05, Ryan Tomayko firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The "+xml" suffix is the only suffixing scheme at IANA and is normatively defined in the RFC 3023 XML Media Types . The section linked to below contains justification for inventing the suffixing scheme, which is almost as interesting as it is amusing. :)
The "XML is the first generic data format that has seemed to justify special treatment" (A.14) in certainly humorous, especially given the context of this discussion.
I'm firmly in the "application/egg+zip" camp at this point.
But shouldn't that be application/x-egg+zip ?
-- Ian Bicking / email@example.com / http://blog.ianbicking.org