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Re: Will you support the Jigsaw Architecture in your server ? Jigsaw-enabled server list

From: Mark Friedman <mark@intraspect.com>
Date: Mon, 08 Jul 1996 09:25:32 -0700
Message-ID: <31E1367C.5C06@intraspect.com>
To: nexus@adv.es
CC: www-jigsaw@w3.org
I certainly wasn't bothered by the original message. I was just using it 
as a springboard for a different question that I had about what plans 
W3 had with Jigsaw vis-a-vis the SUN servlet API.

-Mark

Nexus wrote:
> 
> Mark Friedman wrote:
> >
> > The flip side to the subject question is: What, if any, plans do the
> > Jigsaw folks have to make Jigsaw conform to the impending Java Servlet
> > API from Sun?
> >
> > -Mark
> 
> Sorry Mark, maybe I wasn't clear in my previous message (sorry to bother you).
> 
> There was no flip side about Sun's or <put name here> APIs or products.
> If Jigsaw is the new w3c ref. server, I just wondered *who* if any,
> 
> found this as *interesting* addition to any (new?) AVALILABLE server.
> 
> I like to forget CGI heterogeneous scripting; and Jigsaw is more versatile
> than CGIs (as everyone, even me, knows). Maybe we can spend our time
> PROGRAMMING something *really* integrated in our server far away from
> Form&db interfaces or WebChat. And, of course, Jigsaw can do that if there's
> enough PEOPLE (not just money) interested in it.
> 
> The WWW can be more useful for normal people doing normal things
> than for other people looking for fast bucks (there are too much there).
> With this architechture we can make USEFUL programs accessible through
> the Web. That's what I really would like to be done, and I would like to see
> in the future, so I need someone supporting that.
> 
> I like feel my posting *really* bothered you (and maybe more people).
> That was not the Subject. Sorry.
> 
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