Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> __/ [ ed ] on Sunday 10 September 2006 21:00 \__
>> On 10 Sep 2006 12:42:40 -0700
>> Peter.H.M.Brooks@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
>>> I see that an announcement for an Open Source SOA application (FUSE by
>>> logicblaze) appeared here, so I hope that this is an appropriate place
>>> for this question.
>> this is perhaps the least productive place on the internet (besides the
>> posts titled [news]).
> Thanks, Ed. Muchly appreciated.
>>> SOA, BPM and BEPLs appear to me to start off with an Enterprise
>>> top-down massive implementation view. They seem to want to compete
>>> with huge Oracle/SAS/Peoplesoft style implementations. Fine, there's
>>> surely a market for that!
>>> I'm interested in a more distributed, bottom-up type of
>>> implementation. An extension of wikis to allow them to be distributed
>>> (and exchange information peer-to-peer as well as to centralised
>>> backup and regional servers) as well as partitioned into domains that
>>> allow local machine/local authorised domain/enterprise/public
>>> permissions for data as well as the ability to define statuses and
>>> attributes to entries so that they can be managed by a rule-set, would
>>> allow a pretty powerful SOA to be built, with not such huge, expensive
>>> and potentially bug-ridden overhead. I'm assuming that, these days,
>> thats one very long sentance.
> Exactly what I thought.
What? That is was a long sentence? Thanks for that.
>>> this sort of thing would use DSF/RSS/XML and standard encryptation as
>>> underlying technologies, but not necessarily be restricted to java/php
>>> style implementation (just as with wikis).
>>> If you know of anybody working in this sort of area, I'd be interested
>>> to know. I'm particularly interested to know of any extended wikis
>>> that might be well suited to this sort of extension - obviously they'd
>>> have to be open source ones...
>> if you want to secure data in transit just run the copy over ssh.
>> if you want to do a wiki, just go download mediawiki and use mysql
>> cluster if your database is laden. all synchronisation of the webpages
>> is probably best done via rsync.
> Frankly, I doubt he wished to go as far as this. I have always thought as
> Peter as a philosopher/artistic type (I could be wrong), based on his
> interesting contributions in other newsgroups.
Uh huh. Have you told Mark about your new infatuation?
> Best wishes,
Do not attempt this in your home.