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   Re: [xml-dev] WS-Addressing to W3C: Is the Tide Turning?

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We can hope. I am encouraged by this because it relieves me of the 
necessity of adding disclaimers to my work which already has 
WS-Addressing in it or that needs it since it, along with Basic 
Profile were/are becoming de facto standards and I just really didn't 
want to keep putting all those qualifications into comments, 
documentation, papers and articles. Uh, as for the tide turning, I 
can vouch for some personally witnessed anecdotal evidence, but I'm 
not holding my breath. I think common sense sometimes becomes 


At 8:51 AM -0400 8/11/04, Chiusano Joseph wrote:
>For those interested in the Web Services specifications/standards
>It was just announced that the WS-Addressing specification has been
>submitted to W3C[1].
>Also, somewhat surprisingly given the "vendor dynamics" on such
>specifications: The authors include not only Microsoft, IBM, BEA, and
>SAP, but...Sun Microsystems.
>Is the tide turning?
>[1] http://www.w3.org/Submission/ws-addressing/
>Kind Regards,
>Joe Chiusano
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