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RE: HTTP futures workshop at WWW7

From: Spencer Dawkins <Spencer.Dawkins.sdawkins@nt.com>
Date: Thu, 9 Apr 1998 23:25:26 -0400
Message-ID: <11622C999F23D111BA620000F8662EB7016B5E61@zrchb152.us.nortel.com>
To: http-future@w3.org
Rohit, I'm looking forward to presenting at WWW7, but a better title for my
talk is something like "A Systems View of client-agent-server computing and
HTTP-NG", or (since most of these talks have nice, punchy titles) "Putting
ten pounds of HTML in a five-pound bag".

Just so no one thinks I'm talking about "HTTP on Cray/OS"!

Spencer Dawkins, Nortel

> ----------
> From: 	Rohit Khare[SMTP:rohit@bordeaux.ics.uci.edu]
> Sent: 	Thursday, April 09, 1998 8:48 PM
> To: 	Shane Owenby
> Cc: 	http-future@w3.org; douglis@research.att.com
> Subject: 	Re: HTTP futures workshop at WWW7
> 
> The workshop is definitely on. We have about 25 people and seven talks 
> scheduled. 
> 
> Jim Whitehead and I have prepared a detailed schedule, but for now, here's
> an outline: (talks are generally 15 minutes each)
> 
> 	Opening Remarks - EJW
> "We have met the enemy, and it is HTTP" - RK
> "Goals for HTTP-NG" - Mike Spreitzer
> 	break
> "High performance HTTP" - Spencer Dawkins, Nortel
> "Delta-encoding" - Fred Douglis
> 	lunch
> "Collaborative authoring support for the next generation" - EJW
> "Rights Management" - Shane Owenby
> 	break
> "Open Hypermedia Protocol" - Hugh Davis
> 	Closing Remarks - HFN
> 
> plus a few roundtable sections on other requirements.
> 
> I am confident this will be a productive day to think more widely about
> the
> future of HTTP than just the -NG prototypes from W3C and Spero's proposal.
> Discussion will center around Deployment, Programmability, Performance,
> Collaborative services, and Hypermedia application requirements.
> 
> Rohit Khare
> 
Received on Thursday, 9 April 1998 23:46:04 EDT

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