Right now Koha use a very volatile URI scheme. If we seek having not ephemeral URIs they should be completely different. Take a look to this article from 1998 of a guy called Tim Berners-Lee:
"Cool URIs don't change" https://www.w3.org/Provider/Style/URI
A normal Koha URI looks like this:
This URI is doomed to die in the short term, is not designed thinking in long-term. We have a lot of information about the tools and technical things used to put it there, like "cgi-bin", "koha" and "pl".
Is not even consistent about using always en_US (american English): "/cgi-bin/koha/cataloguing/addbooks.pl" (cataloguing != cataloging).
As the article say we shouldn't forget about domain name. We could encourage the use of more permanent words like "catalog" for the host part of the FQDN.
PS: This may be related to the robust RESTful URI.
I have always been bothered by the fact that I can't go to a URL like
...and get to the home page for that module. I agree that even better would be
This could be done with some URI rewrite (Apache mod_rewrite) directives. Someone give an example on wiki: https://wiki.koha-community.org/wiki/Linked_Data_RFC#Canonical_URL.2FURI_for_records