Monthly Archives: December 2006

links for 2006-12-22 A Theory of Compatible Versions A nice one from Dave. Data is clearly his forte 8-) It would be interesting to see him apply this theory to common practice with XML Schema, and RDF/XML vs. vanilla XML. (tags: xml)

links for 2006-12-21

Adding Simplicity – An Engineering Mantra: Coupling in a RESTful Way It’s great to see discussions like this progress productively without me needing to get involved. It’s like a weight has been lifted from my back. Thanks, Pete, and others who are now stepping forward. (tags: rest) From Fourthought to Kadomo ✏Copia Congrats to Uche… Read More »

Mark exposed

Turns out I’ve been tagged … twice (or maybe more, who knows?). In case they don’t cancel each other out, I suppose I should spill the beans; Amsterdam is my favourite place on earth I once out-smarted a domain name squatter who had somehow hijacked a domain used by my company and was holding it… Read More »

links for 2006-12-20

Google SOAP Search API “As of December 5, 2006, we are no longer actively supporting the SOAP Search API” Buh-bye! (tags: rest soap restvsoap restvsoa webservices) Messages not Models: Hugh finally gets “” 8-) (tags: royfielding roygbiv) The Problem With DTD and XML Schema Validation A kindred spirit. Subscribed! (tags: xml validation)

links for 2006-12-14

Data on the Web Motivating stories for the Semantic Web (tags: semanticweb rdf web rest) Making it stick.: Wow! I mean WOW! “Prediction for 2007: the rush away from WS-* will look like the recent US election aftermath of Republicans running from Bush’s Iraq War” 8-) (tags: funny webservices restvsoap restvsoa) the ryan king »… Read More »

links for 2006-12-13

O’Reilly Radar > Web 2.0 Compact Definition: Trying Again I’ll take the expanded version, thanks (tags: web20) Adding Simplicity – An Engineering Mantra: Call to Action, The Case for HTTP Headers with SOAP “SOAP’s goal of being agnostic to transports is fine. But being agnostic does not mean it has to be impossible to leverage… Read More »

links for 2006-12-09

Jon Udell: A conversation with Jon Udell about his new job with Microsoft Big news! Congrats to Jon and Microsoft. (tags: jonudell microsoft infoworld) SAML and URNs “Anything that can have a URI can be a resource, surely 404 deserves to have URI.” Sounds like a plan! RFC 2774 gave extension headers URIs. PEP gaves… Read More »

links for 2006-12-08

Stu says stuff: RESTful security “It looks more & more that we are going to have two incompatible world-views and protocol pillars.”. Not really; Darwin usually picks sides 8-) (tags: rest webservices) Web Services: yesterday’s hype or tomorrow’s promise? An interesting read about the history of “REST vs. SOAP”. Quotes some Roy’s more heated statements… Read More »