>>>>> Daniel Baumann <email@example.com> writes:
>>>>> On 08/15/2012 04:31 PM, Ivan Shmakov wrote:
>> That being said, the “www.” DNS prefix is mostly useless nowadays,
> it makes a few things more 'organized' if you have multiple things on
> one domain (= multiple 3nd-level sub-domains);
I wonder, how?
> but other than that.. there's no harm in still 'supporting' the
> legacy www. prefix too.
Other than wasting four octets each time the site is referenced?
(If one happens to use an example.org → www.example.org HTTP
redirection, not a reverse one; some sites use neither and
support both equally, though.)
I have no reason to insist on this, however. Still a thing to
FSF associate member #7257 http://sf-day.org/