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> From: Paul Prescod [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Bill de hÓra wrote:
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> > > From: Aaron Skonnard [mailto:email@example.com]
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> > > Not a stairway to heaven but hopefully interoperability
> > > between services. Achieving interop between distributed
> > > services is inherently more complex than functionality
> > > provided by
> the Web up to
> > > this point.
> > Interesting claim. Where is that inherent complexity coming
> > from?
> Latency and unreliability. i.e. physics.
Cool, I didn't know the web had workarounds for physical
limitations. Read the post Paul :( There's a claim up there to the
effect that there is something inherently complex about distributed
systems that the web can't provide for; I'm asking to know where
that complexity is coming from (or even what it is).
Bill de hÓra
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