[uf-discuss] Google Gdata new syndication protocol!
connect at stevenR2.com
Thu Apr 20 09:32:32 PDT 2006
I tend to agree - as I blogged, I suspect they may be starting the war of
Collaborative v Company Driven Protocols (not just syndication formats).
I noticed Google even have their own authentication scheme - not that
there's another bunch of efforts in that direction too.
This is a huge opportunity for Microsoft if you think about it.
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Subject: Re: [uf-discuss] Google Gdata new syndication protocol!
Holy hell. This is rediculous. Gdata == the Word document format of web 2.0.
Does anyone know *anyone* in Google that will tell us why they're
On 4/20/06, Sam Sethi <sam.sethi at vecosys.com> wrote:
> Chris Messina recently wrote about how Google's new Calendar missed a
> by not supporting MF's. Google announced today
> http://code.google.com/apis/gdata/index.html that they are providing a new
> syndication protocol called Gdata which is based on Atom and RSS
> specs but it also supports query, authorisation and optimistic concurreny
> (whatever that might be?)So is this the start of syndication wars. What
> will Microsoft comeout with as a response - another format extension?
> Feature GData Atom* RSS 2.0
> Syndication Format Y Y Y
> Queries Y N N
> Updates Y Y N
> Optimistic Concurrency Y N N
> Authentication Y N N
> * The "Atom" column refers to both the syndication format and the
> publication protocol.
> The reason for mentioning it here is because of the work around hAtom
> might link to this. I know Adam Bosworth has talked at length about an
> Store database (Google)and I was wondering if this is the first step in
> querying the Atom Store. Google certainly seem to think so. "GData also
> lets you send data to Google, and update data that Google already has."
> Any thoughts ...
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