The Web Services Policy Framework (WS-Policy) provides a general purpose model and corresponding syntax to describe and communicate the policies of a Web Service. WS-Policy defines a base set of constructs that can be used and extended by other Web Services specifications to describe a broad range of service requirements, preferences, and capabilities.
Friday, January 03, 2003
Web Services Policy Framework (WS-Policy) version 1.0 by BEA, IBM, Microsoft and SAP is seeking comments.
at 1:28 PM
Thursday, January 02, 2003
The latest issue of Info Career Trends is now available. This issue deals with multitasking.
If you work in a library (information center, department of knowledge management...), you've experienced firsthand the multiple demands and responsibilities laid on today's information professionals. While this variety can be exhilarating, dealing with disparate demands can also be exhausting. Today's contributors offer tips for achieving balance and share their own experiences in doing so.
The GeoURL ICBM Address Server is more metadata for Web logs. Not bad, but this multiplication of schemes is counterproductive in the end. Still, I did add the tags to this 'blog and register. Time will sort out these differing schemes.
GeoURL is a location-to-URL reverse directory. This will allow you to find URLs by their proximity to a given location. Find your neighbor's blog, perhaps, or the web page of the restaurants near you.Seen on the Shifted Librarian.
at 9:41 AM
Tuesday, December 31, 2002
What Is A Controlled Vocabulary? by Karl Fast, Fred Leise and Mike Steckel describes, for computer folks, what and why these are useful.
A controlled vocabulary is a way to insert an interpretive layer of semantics between the term entered by the user and the underlying database to better represent the original intention of the terms of the user.
at 10:27 AM