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Linkheader to discover inboxes appears to be a workaround for the serialisations, however, that sets a limitation which is not "Linked Data friendly" IMO. What that essentially means is that the discovery of inboxes is limited to URIs with no fragment.
Linkheader (because a conforming discoverer can only find document level inboxes but not fragments), then I'm okay to let that go. Don't bother with
Link. Consequently, 1) makes it simpler for receivers (servers) to deal with this - no code for the headers need to be modified e.g., if an inbox (a "container") created, existing LDP implementations don't have to change their implementations on resources to announce their
Linkfor the inbox. So, it is the resource data describing itself, not "out of band" data through the header. 2) senders/consumers make a single call on the resource and look for the inbox on resources that's of interest. Conclusion: f' headers, never liked them anyway!