thomas at koch.ro
Sun Feb 24 04:19:37 EST 2008
Am Samstag 23 Februar 2008 21:33:01 schrieb Dirk Haun:
> Blaine Lang wrote:
> >One of the use cases I wanted to see WebDAV used for was:
> > > An intranet use, where a user can save documents to the GL Filemgmt
> >plugin (or other FM plugin) and open it later in WORD as an example.
> Right, seems I misjudged the overlap somewhat. WebDAV is mainly dealing
> with files, while Atompub is mainly aimed at the site's content.
> >How would Atom be used to upload a file?
> You can upload any sort of file through Atompub. Which is why I want to
> see upload of story images implemented in Atompub.
> >what would the client be?
> Yeah, clients are rare for Atompub at the moment.
> >Can Atom get around the POST limit of uploading files or make that
> >process of uploading large files better as in provide better progress
> No, I don't think so.
> Okay, so my argument doesn't hold up. I'll admit I didn't really see
> much use for it last time around but maybe it's just not used in areas
> I'm familiar with.
> Anyway, let's leave it in then.
> Btw, I see we had only one application for the WebDAV project last year
> and you gave it a -2 ;-)
> bye, Dirk
>  <http://wiki.geeklog.net/wiki/index.php/SoC_webservices_revisited>
>  <http://wiki.geeklog.net/wiki/index.php/Using_the_Webservices#Clients>
A fresh, unit-tested, well documented, PHP5 WebDAV component. Would be glad to
see it used in other projects, too.
Thomas Koch, Software Developer
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