Talk:Geo URI scheme
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About the order of "crs" and "u"
The Section "Coordinate reference system" says
geo:37.786971,-122.399677;u=35;crs=Moon-2011 The order in which the semicolon-separated parameters occur is not significant,  and 'crs' parameter values are case-insensitive,  so the above example is exactly equivalent to: geo:37.786971,-122.399677;crs=moon-2011;u=35
The 'crs' parameter MUST be given first if both 'crs' and 'u' are used.
Therefore, it seems that example given is not compliant with RFC 5870. Am I right?
Insert a working example?
Currently, the page contains the readable form of code that would create a Hyperlink to a Geo URI. But it would be even nicer to have a real, working example, that is, a link to a Geo URI that can actually be clicked. It's rather hard to find websites with that kind of link, so it seems reasonable to at least have one here so that people can test how their browser reacts to it. Unfortunately, I was not able to edit the page that way. If someone knows the wiki markup to create a link to an URI that's not http / https this would be nice. --DieLenaMaria (talk) 20:40, 19 March 2012 (UTC)
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