that ess in 'https'

Joaquin Miller joaquin at
Mon Jun 26 19:31:44 UTC 2006

I'm leaning toward this practical solution.

>While I appreciate the need for general solution, I think there is 
>an argument for special casing the http/https case.  The visual 
>difference is negligible, and (I suspect) for most users it's 
>semantically meaningless.  The user expectation, valid or not, is 
>likely to be that the two forms refer to the same entity.

It is definitely a special case.

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