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RE: Very rough draft of outline for TAG submssion to Workshop on Web of Services for Enterprise Computing

From: Rice, Ed (ProCurve) <ed.rice@hp.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2006 11:36:01 -0600
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To: <noah_mendelsohn@us.ibm.com>, <www-tag@w3.org>

Interesting paper.. But I thought we also discussed the down-side to
REST which doesn't appear to be covered in this paper at all.

I think it makes a better case to explain when to use REST, when to use
SOAP xml packages.  I do believe Web Services are an integral part of
the over-all web, but I also think the web is much more than 'just'
html.  I'd love to see this paper reflect more of that.
 
My 2.75 cents.
_Ed
 

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Subject: Very rough draft of outline for TAG submssion to Workshop on
Web of Services for Enterprise Computing

The W3C is planning to hold a Workshop on Web of Services for Enterprise
Computing in Bedford, MA USA on 27-28 February, 2006. At its face to
face meeting of 11 December 2006, the TAG agreed that Noah Mendelsohn
would represent the TAG at the workshop, and that he with help from
David Orchard would draft an outline of a position paper to be submitted
by the TAG to that workshop. The attached document contains the first
draft of that outline (not yet reviewed by Mr. Orchard). 

I intend this version primarily for review by the TAG itself, but in the
spirit of keep as much as possible public, I'm sending this directly to
www-tag.  In any case, this is a very rough, nearly
stream-of-consciousness cut at an outline.  If you see something that
concerns you, by all means comment briefly, but please don't take any
offense (just yet).  Thanks!

Noah



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