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+Tantek Çelik: I'm finally working on updating snowflake, my WordPress plugin, and was looking at non-linking ID tags.  I'm curious why you chose to use a space delimiter between domain and ID, a la "ttk.me t4MY1".  Why not a colon or equals, either of which would be much closer to the standard machine tag syntax.

Twitter at least doesn't seem to auto-link either style: https://twitter.com/willnorris_test/status/281248455962267648

Google+ seems to auto-link the domain when using an equals delimiter ( wjn.me=b/GW ) but not when using colon ( wjn.me:b/GW )

Did you consider either of those?  This doesn't seem to have gotten captured on on your wiki that I can find.

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