Tag Archives: w3c

links for 2007-01-03

REST Eye for the SOA Guy (Middleware Matters) Another great piece from Steve. Try as I might though, I can’t find the “SOA side” of the argument 8-) (tags: rest soa webservices) Addicted to twitter.com A nice RESTful API that doesn’t even self-describe as one (as it needn’t do, of course; it’s the Web) (tags:… Read More »

links for 2006-10-30

A Completely New HTML WG “Admitting you were wrong and a willingness to change course is great example, and far too rare in today’s hard-liner “Stay-The-Course” world” +1. A breath of fresh air from the W3C. (tags: w3c html)

links for 2006-10-25

Web of Services for the Enterprise (Eric Newcomer’s Weblog) Eric provides some more info on the upcoming W3C “Web of Services for the Enterprise” workshop. I hope to attend. (tags: rest w3c soa webservices restvsoa restvsoap) The Dilbert Blog: Good News Day Wow. What a beautiful, inspiring story about one man’s (Scott Adams) principled design… Read More »

links for 2006-10-21

REST Web Services (PDF, German) Heh, he said “MIME Typen”. I hope I’m not offending anyone by finding that cute 8-) (tags: rest webservices soap restvsoa restvsoap german) CIO Paul Coby is Waiting for VHS Heh, I love it; SOA as Beta 8-) P.S. Jeff, the VHS version came out 15 years ago, not 5.… Read More »

links for 2006-09-30

Team Comment on Web Services Transfer (WS-Transfer) Submission “The Team also plans to ask the Technical Architecture Group (TAG) to investigate the impact of this technology on the architecture of the Web” Time for some ass kicking!! 8-) (tags: wsdeathstar webservices wstransfer w3c tag) To be or not to be a RESTafarian – A Matter… Read More »

Africa, check

I updated my list of visited countries, which finally shows some red on the African continent, in the Kingdom of Morocco. The meeting was in Rabat, the capital city, and it was pleasant enough. A bit like Ottawa I suppose, in that it looked and felt like a “lite” version of a larger, neighbouring city… Read More »

Back in the saddle

When it rains, it pours as they say. My ISP and Bell don’t see eye to eye about a few things, one of them being the process the former has to follow to satisfy the latter when debugging my DSL line. Luckily, they were collectively able to determine that my DSL modem had met its… Read More »

links for 2006-09-07

Tim Berners-Lee Comes Under Fire: Is It Time He Let Go of “Web 1.0”? Tim doesn’t deserve this. His vision for the Web was far richer than what was deployed from 1991 to 2004. However, the W3C should be taking far more flack for poo-pooing Javascript’s importance. (tags: timbl rest web w3c javascript web20) The… Read More »

links for 2006-08-19

David Baron’s weblog: More W3C Controversy “It’s time for the Web browser community to stop using up its resources attacking specifications that we’re not interested in implementing” (tags: browser web w3c mozilla)

Whither the W3C?

Damn, if the W3C can’t get the browser based Web right, and is home to the core standards that make up WS-Deathstar, it makes one wonder if they’re really the organization best suited to “Lead the Web to its full potential”. IMO, all of the problems mentioned at those links would vanish if only the… Read More »