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Re: Short Introduction

From: Paul Boyes <Paul.Boyes@inrix.com>
Date: Sat, 3 Jun 2017 22:53:17 +0000
To: "J. Schmidt" <j0n45@mailbox.org>
CC: "public-autowebplatform@w3.org" <public-autowebplatform@w3.org>
Message-ID: <4E3FC43C-66EB-413A-8A77-DF1A7628F453@inrix.com>
Welcome Jonas and thanks for your proposal.

Paul J. Boyes | INRIX | Director of Telematics and Standards - OpenCar  |  206-276-9675 | paul.boyes@inrix.com<mailto:paul.boyes@inrix.com> | www.inrix.com<https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=http-3A__www.inrix.com_&d=BQMFAg&c=QbuapHRvbn0JdC8vTVkPHg&r=PRAN7lum5Ra662QLho8LU3bhFjBvLXn3bBkFbW0Amjo&m=V5l0WXfOEJwhcE0JsN06mQ5SQhpXL-DuAuK3YcnTZoc&s=OqQVi_DcS5rv8or8hZdFvY0re6YF0Wl-_8okxrxOF0w&e=>

On Jun 3, 2017, at 12:36 AM, J. Schmidt <j0n45@mailbox.org<mailto:j0n45@mailbox.org>> wrote:

Hi Everybody,

My name is Jonas Schmidt (germany). I’m currently doing my bachelor’s degree in business informatics. I wanted to build an interface specification for my thesis based on the REST architecture pattern that fits into an automotive environment.

After some research I recognized the submission of (i.a.) Dr.. Patrick Bartsch that is public on W3C and found the github account and confluence pages of GENIVI Alliance. They attracted my attention while I searched use cases for some connectivity projects for cars. I took the GENIVI use cases and specified an interface based on the viwi protocol submission. Now I want to examine the differences between imperative/stateful and stateless approaches while specification and implementation phase.

Patrick asked me if I want to publish my proposal and participate to the BG. So here I am.

You can find my proposal on github: https://github.com/j3ss5t/viwiLocationBasedServices


Best regards

Jonas

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