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jmgimeno (69) [Avatar] Offline
#1
I know you know when it is valid to use fragments in the urls, but having said that, in genereal, better avoid them, you use it in the example. This, in general, misleads the readers because usually people copy more from the examples than from the "theory".

Juan Manuel
lucas.ruth (10) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Figure 2.4
The use of fragments in URLs is an entirely valid approach but we do recognize that best practice dictates they should be avoided if possible. However, in this case we are simply using them to differentiate that the identifier is referring to the person being described (rather than the turtle file itself). For that reason we think it actually makes it clearer to readers that it is identifying a person and not a literal file.