Re: REST as RPC done right
I can't see how the computing landscape would be better if Tim Berners-Lee had taken a more limited view of what hypertext is. The Web as we know it would not exist. Hubris may be a sin but it is also necessary to build the most general and powerful systems. "Bullard, Claude L (Len)" wrote: > > That's what is specifically and particularly wrong > with the W3C. That's hubris, pure and simple. > > len > > From: Paul Prescod [mailto:paul@p...] > > Plus, the W3C folks have always used a definition of hypermedia that meant: > "all information, everywhere, hyperlinked."
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