11428Re: [whatwg] Proposing URI Templates for WebForms 2.0
- Nov 1, 2008On 01/11/2008, at 9:44 PM, Mike Schinkel wrote:
> Second, hasn't it been obvious with the explosion of social mediaYes, but consider how little HTML is allowed by most of these, and
> that over
> time the vast majority of content published on the web will be
> published by
> people using a server they do not control? Forums, Blog hosting,
> LinkedIn, etc. etc. etc.
> Plenty do but more do not, and many people on forums, blog posts andOf course; the point I was trying to make is that avoiding a roundtrip
> lists recommend to others not to do so because of the performance
> cost. The
> cost of round trips has been used as a reason against certain web
> architectures such as in discussions of ROBOTS.TXT and 303.
> Most notably people who write about web performance optimization who
> to work for your employer recommend against doing so:
isn't going to motivate a whole new technology, at least one that's so
> BTW, the only person I've gotten resistance from on this besidesTrue, and if you're in a position to get your proposal accepted and
> Hixie is
> you... :)
implemented, I'll be the last to get in your way.
> But that misses the point; the most compelling use-cases are for whereIf you define it as declarative markup and implement it for the
use the declarative markup, if they're aware of it.
> So would it help if I could show you numerous examples where peopleI think I'll stop typing and listen to what others have to say.
> "pain" you
> are looking for?
> That said, what about the pain of not being able to crawl forms that
> As an aside, I'd be interested in any reference you have that I canCarl Cargill did a good job in "Open Systems Standardization":
> read up
> on "standard's theory."
Cheers (and good night),
Mark Nottingham http://www.mnot.net/
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