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[offlist] Re: When to use HTTP

From: Mike Champion <mike.champion@softwareag-usa.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 20:52:54 -0500
To: www-tag@w3.org
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> No. This is getting out of control. I didn't say anything
> like that. Please don't make such a big deal out of
> the IRC logs, folks.

Uhh, what were you "Yup" ing to then?   I *know* that Mark's agenda is to 
persuade the TAG to do exactly what I was talking about.  I ignored the 
references to this stuff in the minutes (not wanting to make a big deal out 
of the IRC log!), and ignored Mark's restatement on www-tag, but got 
worried when you seemed to be agreeing with him. Sorry if I was paranoid, 
but Mark has been trying to get the TAG to beat up on Web services for a 
long time now, and I get jumpy ...

I wish we could all agree that there are some great ideas in REST, that 
people ought to experiment with them in the Web services arena, but that 
any kind of authoritative architectural statement on this is premature.

Anyway, I'll certainly be happy to let this die on www-tag.

-- 
Mike Champion
Received on Tuesday, 28 January 2003 20:53:42 GMT

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