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Re: [DotGNU]Our blindspot - (was: Sun likely to join Web services group)

From: Bill Lance
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]Our blindspot - (was: Sun likely to join Web services group)
Date: Fri, 8 Feb 2002 13:12:43 -0800 (PST)

--- John <address@hidden> wrote:
> DotGNU has no less than three active projects
> devoted to auth/acq
> technology, but we've conveniently ignored another
> technology in the
> monopolist's centralized "hands" - the webwide
> services directory
> service. While Auth is the method by which users
> will be permitted
> access to web services, UDDI is the means by which
> service providers
> will publish their services and access methods?
> Sadly, DotGNU has not
> yet developed or even considered an alternative to
> UDDI (think of UDDI
> as the object registry for the web); he who controls
> the servers can
> push down solutions on the clients. Witness DNS
> master servers?
> I'd think that the easiest innovation we could add
> on top of UDDI is a
> decentralized approach to UDDI listing, perhaps via
> p2p or a DNS-type
> sub-supra- architecture. Any thoughts from anyone?

Do you think we need an alternative to UDDI, or to
centralized discovery service using it?

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