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Re: Submit your Hydra work to WS-REST

From: Dietrich Schulten <ds@escalon.de>
Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2015 09:15:37 +0100
To: Ruben Verborgh <ruben.verborgh@ugent.be>, Hydra <public-hydra@w3.org>
Message-ID: <14aeca8fb28.2860.78a08d5134d8b1c7d32e1da05a71bfd3@escalon.de>
I'm considering what could be a good submission. I have never been to that 
congress and I wonder if it makes sense to have a workshop in the sense of 
getting some working code.

What if I have in mind is to work together one day to solve a challenge 
that shows the power of hydra, like "use existing libraries to implement a 
client that interoperates with two different hydra apis/independently 
implement two simple apis with hydra" for something that is not covered by 
existing media-types, i.e. not a blog post. Goal: prove what works 
well/identify weaknesses.

Rest Fest has done something similar for alps a while ago.

Would that be a good fit?

Best regards,

On November 27, 2014 3:47:51 PM Ruben Verborgh <ruben.verborgh@ugent.be> wrote:

> Dear Hydra people,
> Many of you are undoubtedly working on topics related to Web APIs.
> Possibly, you've already created APIs or clients using the Hydra Core 
> Vocabulary.
> Please consider submitting your work to the WS-REST workshop at the next 
> WWW conference.
> At this venue, API people come together to discuss the latest advances…
> of which your work could/should be part :-)
> In the past, Hydra has been featured here already, but we'd love to have more!
> I hope to see you at WS-REST 2015 (http://ws-rest.org/2015/)!
> Let me know if you have any suggestions or questions.
> Best,
> Ruben
> WS-REST 2015 – 6th International Workshop on Web APIs and RESTful Design 
> (WS-REST2015)
> collocated with the 24th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2015)
> May 18, 2015 – Florence, Italy
> Learn more at http://ws-rest.org/2015/.
> Who? Web researchers and engineers working on API servers and clients
> What? a full-day workshop on current and future challenges for Web APIs and 
> their interaction
> Why? Web APIs are more important than ever, yet many unsolved problems 
> demand our attention
> When? full-day workshop on May 18, 2015 – paper submissions before January 
> 24, 2015
> Where? at the WWW2015 conference in Florence, Italy
> Thousands of APIs exist and their number is growing tremendously, while use 
> cases become increasingly complex. In contrast to the human-oriented part 
> of the Web, Web APIs are designed to be used by machines. This makes issues 
> surrounding their design and integration significantly different from those 
> of the traditional Web. However, this also enables the provisioning of new 
> added-value automated solutions on the Web.
> This workshop brings together researchers and practitioners by providing an 
> open discussion forum around the design and use of the programmable Web. It 
> is the principal venue for discussing latests findings and research and 
> development results around the issues, practices, and best principles 
> surrounding Web API design and use.
> Pressing Topics
> We especially welcome research and engineering work in the following areas:
> 	• development of intelligent and generic Web API clients
> 	• dynamic combination of and interactions between Web APIs
> 	• novel hypermedia-driven solutions
> 	• tackling the tremendous growth and heterogeneity of APIs
> 	• analysis and understanding of the social and economic factors 
> surrounding the development, use, and adoption of Web APIs and mashups
> 	• novel solutions for the automated discovery and profiling of Web APIs
> 	• novel technologies for facilitating the development of mashups and 
> services for the Web of Things
> 	• lessons learned from the deployment, maintenance and evolution of Web 
> APIs and mashups
> All Topics
> In addition to the topics above, this workshop is also open to:
> 	• applications of the REST architectural style to novel domains
> 	• design patterns and anti-patterns for Web APIs
> 	• automated Web API composition
> 	• inverted REST (REST for push events)
> 	• integration of pub/sub with REST
> 	• REST-compliant transaction models
> 	• frameworks for Web API implementation and consumption
> 	• modeling Web APIs
> 	• resource design and granularity
> 	• evolution, versioning, and extension of Web APIs
> 	• REST-protocols beyond HTTP
> Details and Deadlines
> We welcome full papers (6 pages) and vision/demo/poster/breaking research 
> papers (3 pages). For your paper to be included in the official WWW 
> companion proceedings, the ACM template 
> (http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates) is required. 
> Accepted publications in other formats, such as HTML or EPUB, will be 
> published on the workshop’s website.
> 	• Workshop paper submission deadline: January 24, 2015 (23:59 Hawaii 
> Standard Time) through EasyChair
> 	• Workshop paper acceptance notification: February 22, 2015
> 	• Workshop paper camera-ready hard deadline: March 8, 2015
> WS-REST2015 Organizing Committee
> 	• Ruben Verborgh, Ghent University – iMinds, Belgium
> 	• Thomas Steiner, Google Germany GmbH, Germany
> 	• Carlos Pedrinaci, The Open University, UK
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