--On Friday, March 1, 2002 12:35 -0500 Markus Hofmann <markus(_at_)mhof(_dot_)com>
Ian Cooper wrote:
A "cache" meaning? We had this definition discussion years ago in
So let's take advantage of the WREC work. It should be a 'caching proxy'
Yes, for that particular example.
However, the text "...between an in-path OPES intermediary (e.g. a caching
proxy) and remote callout servers" perhaps overstresses the nature of a
caching proxy that has OPES capabilities; it hints that caching proxies are
OPES intermediaries, which is not the case.
It might be better (since this is an abstract) to simply remove reference
to the caching proxy altogether (the way the text is worded in the
introduction is clearer).