That's a nice personal opinion. It's my understanding that the W3C
strongly disagrees with your view in a large number of web standards.
'slow' is a valid relative URI reference. I am simply proposing a
default base URI inside of Khronos' URI namespace with properties
interpreted as URI references. This automatically gives us a way to
extend the result set of the host profile call without collision and
provides means to unambiguously refer to these properties (instead of
"the property called 'slow' in the object returned from
getDeviceAttributes() in WebGL 1.0").
You yourself said
and I have proposed the use of a ubiquitous web standard which solves
> This is a really hard thing to do in a way that's both forwards- and
this ambiguity problem.