Re: ISSUE-58: the simple solution to inlined membership - ISSUE-45

hello henry.

On 2013-05-18 10:14 , "Henry Story" <> wrote:
>>No, the reason was that POST is HTTP's catch-all extension point for
>>"other" operations, and it would be bad to "use up" that extension point
>>on all LDP-managed resources. LDP implementers should have the liberty
>>of using POST to an LDPR for other things beside append
>yes, so PATCH was suggested instead. Still the semantics of POST in HTTP
>is that it is
>to create a new resource or to append to the resource. So perhaps we
>should reconsider.

that's historical by now and not as HTTP has been used for the last couple
of years.
 thus is much more general and simply says:

"The POST method requests that the target resource process the
representation enclosed in the request according to the resource's own
specific semantics."



Received on Saturday, 18 May 2013 17:35:14 UTC