Post details: distributed web services

Sep 27, 2005 : distributed web services

An advogato article starts a discussion on free software v. free services. Clearly there is movement from locally installed software to server-provided services. Free software groups can't follow the movement the same that way for-profit groups can because they don't (easily) have funds to support service infrastructure. But the idea of distributed p2p (or whatever the latest appropriate buzzword is) services should be possible. I'm surprised we haven't seen anything like this yet. Not sure what sort of problem area it would solve though . . . hmm ... hammers and nails.

Update: just found How open source will fit in with SOA and Web services via Java.net Web Services and XML

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