[Web-SIG] [RFC] Introducing the Emerging-Like Web Applications Protocol 1.0
robillard.etienne at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 20:01:46 CEST 2009
Thanks for spotting this to my attention. I've sent a reply
also but it too went blocked, so what have appeared on web-sig
is mostly incomplete.
Here's the relevant links again for your convenience:
Ian Bicking wrote:
> FYI, your post went through to web-sig but without the links...?
> On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 7:09 AM, Etienne Robillard
> <robillard.etienne at gmail.com> wrote:
> Here's a link to a blog entry I've posted about the "Emerging-Like Web
> Applications Protocol 1.0". I've completed written the initial revision
> and wanted to pass it along to the pros.
> Since the development of WSGI specifications seems a little slowed, I
> hope this may helps developers to think in new ways to see development
> of web frameworks in Python and WSGI. ;-)
> Also, this made me think that refactoring WSGI in much smaller parts or
> modules could be helpful and less of a burden than a single document
> with multiple versioning...
> What do you think, can creating a modular specification for WSGI helps
> in nailing down new directions for Python web development ?
> Kind regards,
> P.S - I tried to send it over to web-sig at python.org. But my e-mail
> address is being blocked as spam. Why is that so ? Why are we putting
> blockers on legitimate recipients ? I thought web-sig at python was an open
> list, but apparently only a relatively short list of persons seems to
> have the priviledge of free speech on that forum. This is somewhat a
> frustrating, and IMO is a long standing problem with this Python community.
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