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> From: Roger L. Costello [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> 2. The whole notion of my client's Registry is to create a
> centralized, heavyweight data pool where clients go to find
> the who, what, and where of services. UDDI has the same
> centralized, heavyweight mentality. This is not harmonious
> with the Web.
Yes and no. DNS is centralized, after a fashion.
> 6. "Since there is not a central registry to look for
> services, how do I locate services in a RDDL-based
> architecture?" Use a search engine!
What's decentralized about a search engine?
The Web architecture is based on client/server. It's designed for a
client to GET a document from one place, that place being the origin
server. I think the web is more centralized than you give it credit for.
Bill de hÓra