> Also just indicating that the term is base64 encoded is not quite
> sufficient for the same reason that I called the modifier mimeEncoded
> rather than base64Encoded in the Music Context set - which is ...
> The problem with having a base64Encoded modifier is that although I know
> how to decode the data, I've no idea what the thing is I get once
> decoded (is this a string with stange character in, an audio wave file,
A good point. I think we need -both- though, for when you just want to
base64 encode a string term and not faff around with all the mime headers
to say specifically that it's a text/plain string.
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