Danny observes that nobody seems to know.
One things seems clear though; it doesn’t include WS-*. That’s a shame – not because the Web needs WS-* (it doesn’t), but because Web services could have easily become part of the Web, rather than trying to reinvent it.
Some people are pointing to Behaviour, an approach to scripted Web development where one uses CSS selectors as binding points for scripts.
Great idea! I wonder why nobody thought of this before … like, say, in 1998. 8-)
That’s absolutely no criticism of this new effort though, especially as code is provided to make it easier for developers to follow the approach. Bravo!