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Re: WebDAV WG meeting minutes

From: Geoffrey M Clemm <geoffrey.clemm@us.ibm.com>
Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2004 08:24:40 -0500
To: "Webdav WG" <w3c-dist-auth@w3c.org>
Message-ID: <OF6489724D.77211D65-ON85256E52.0048348E-85256E52.00499D6F@us.ibm.com>

Julian is correct.  Nothing in the binding draft allows a locked
resource to be modified by a client that does not hold the token
for that locked resource.  If anyone believes otherwise, 
I would appreciate it if they could raise the issue on the mailing
list by identifying the section of the draft that they believe 
makes this statement, so we can add whatever wording is necessary
to avoid anyone else misunderstanding the spec in this way.

Note: we carefully track all issues with the binding spec, but
(since none of us have reliable telepathic powers :-), we can only
track and respond to issues that have been explicitly raised on the
mailing list.

Cheers,
Geoff



Lisa wrote on 03/09/2004 05:19:36 AM:

> Binding: Major issues -- possible incompatible changes with WebDAV, 
> causing existing clients to see completely unexpected behavior.  At 
> least issues with spec ambiguity.
> 
> Responses to this summation showed disagreement on whether there are
> major issues with 'bindings'.  Julian Reschke says there are no 
> issues.  Can clients create a lock on a binding, and have the 
> expectation met that he underlying document cannot be changed by 
> other clients?  Ted and Lisa believe the draft says that the 
> underlying document may change (and that that would be a serious 
> incompatible change).  Julian says that the underlying document 
> cannot change. 
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