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Re: [GNU-linux-libre] [ #1262331] (inactive Linux distributions)

From: Adonay Felipe Nogueira
Subject: Re: [GNU-linux-libre] [ #1262331] (inactive Linux distributions)
Date: Wed, 24 Jan 2018 20:40:21 -0200
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If I recall correctly the use of "www" is for some load balancing
purposes, where the domain owner could set the page-only content of his
site to "www" subdomain and have the main domain redirect to "www",
while the site contet itself could refer to a separate subdomain like
"images" in the main domain, and in such subdomain have a more
elaborated storage or setup. This avoids the need to aquire a full
domain for reference of the other storage of things.

I don't want to advertise non-free JavaScript, nor centralized and
non-federated services, but I think some calls YouTube pages do actually
refer to somethings under a domain called "ything", but are actually
part of YouTube.

2018-01-24T17:25:43-0500 Julie Marchant wrote:
> I get the impression that the whole trend of using the "www" subdomain
> came from Usenet hierarchies. Is that accurate?
> In any case, many websites these days don't do that anymore, and even
> when they did it was never necessary. So yeah, it's inaccurate to say
> that websites' URLs *should* have that prefix. Just optional fluff some
> people like to use.

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