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html interface to green--WebDAV?
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- Subject: html interface to green--WebDAV?
- From: Steve Witham <sw@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2003 01:08:43 -0400
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I intend to hack up a cgi interface that will let us retrieve and
modify docs and links through html/cgi commands or xml. If anyone
has suggestions on the cleanest way to do this we should talk,
otherwise I'll hack up something direct and uuugly......
Don't laugh: WebDAV?
It's just a thought. I've worked on a whole different version system
that didn't map to conventional ideas of version systems, so I know
what it means to have a standard that allows for everything but what
you need, but maybe in this case there's a way to wedge the two.
And there's this guy's URL extension for spans:
Date: Sat, 25 May 2002 01:37:22 -1000
From: "sle@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx" <rocker@xxxxxxxx>
Organization: SenseMedia Netcasting
To: Ted Nelson
I have recently defined a new URL extension of the form:
which dereferences http://foo/bar, section 1, subsection 2, attachment
i have this working now with text, successfully tested with mp3 audio
and have defined image details (5,10-400,420) for implementation soon.
i have a new cross platform client/server that i have written from
scratch which stands to be a real release candiate for a xanadu type
system that seems to reflect your preferences for how it should work.