Simon Fell > Its just code
I read this story tonight on Simon's site. Originally posted in March 2001. The good news is his prediction at the end hasn't come true. The bad news is in over a year there hasn't been a significant change to WSDL. It is still as complex, still as ambigious, and still tied to XML Schema. Although the last part I don't mind. [Justin Rudd's Radio Weblog] Well yes & no, AFAIK no one has even a remotely complete WSDL implementation, the current subset's that are being implemented seriously break some of the design points of WSDL [Messages aren't abstract because everyone ties the use of type or element to the binding style, so the whole concept of an abstract PortType is unworkable with today's tools]. Most depressing is watching the traffic on the WSDL WG mailing list, I don't see anything that indicates WSDL 1.2 is going to be any simpler than WSDL 1.1.
Movie Tickets. Hey, I just bought Star Wars tickets off of Fandango.com. Much better than what I did last time (wait in line overnight). [Robert Scoble: Scobleizer Weblog] Good luck!, the last set of tickets I brough through Fandango turned into a nightmare, I'll never use them again.