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diagram in first section[edit]

... URI is URL, URN, or both.

The diagram confused me at first: it made me think that a URI consisted of a URN directly followed by (concatenated with) a URL. Perhaps something less rectangular would be better—a Venn diagram, for instance. Cup o’ Java (talkedits) 18:58, 7 December 2015 (UTC)

 

Illustration is important, lets try another illustration? --Krauss (talk) 10:05, 18 June 2017 (UTC)


 


Confusion by contradition[edit]

The article not explain the equivalence or distinction (or contexts for it) between URL and URN.

... And, most importante, just a "contradition feeling" while reading the article today:

All URN problems was solved with RFC 8141 in 2017?? The article have some opinion about it or there are sources evidencing the "usefulness of URN"?

So, suggest to express what is a concrete reality for URNs in the first sections, a any other encyclopedic description of an Internet Standard, and the opinions in other section as "criticism" or "implementation experiences", etc. --Krauss (talk) 10:05, 18 June 2017 (UTC)