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Re: INT: Intermediary Discussion

From: Craig Tataryn <craiger@tataryn.net>
Date: Thu, 01 Feb 2001 11:20:04 -0800
Message-Id: <200102011920.OAA17873@tux.w3.org>
To: xml-dist-app@w3.org
Someone was having problems getting to computer-programmer.org.  It might have 
something to do with the URL forwarding I have setup on my registrar.  If you 
can't get to www.computer-programmer.org try the host site at:

http://www.us-eh.com/craiger

Thanks,

Craig.

Craig W. Tataryn
Senior Staff Analyst
Compuware, Minneapolis





-----Original Message-----
From:    Craig Tataryn craiger@tataryn.net
Sent:    Thu, 01 Feb 2001 10:17:46 -0800
To:      xml-dist-app@w3.org
Subject: Fwd: INT: Intermediary Discussion


Hi there, I wrote an article on incorporating intermidiation into proxy
servers for SOAP based messages and posted it on a site I am developing.
It's a rough first draft, but I plan on extending it with more meat as
suggestions role in.

Please take a look at it and email me via the page any
comments/suggestions you may have:

http://www.computer-programmer.org/

Thanks,

Craig.

Martin Gudgin said:

There has been significant discussion ( and disagreement! <g> ) about
the
term 'intermediary' with respect to XP. This mail is intended to
stimulate
discussion of this term with the goal of having a new proposal for a
glossary definition by Feb 6. If you start any new threads on this
topic,
please prefix them with 'INT:' so people can pick them out easily
amongst
the other traffic on this list.
<SNIP!>
--
I've been trying to change the world for years, but they just won't give
me the source code....




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