[swift-server-dev] Next HTTP API meeting

Helge Heß me at helgehess.eu
Mon Mar 20 15:07:21 CDT 2017


unsurprisingly for me there is a heated discussion on this in the pull request. I thought I bring it back over here:


I wonder where this is going. I mean all those discussions are nice and valuable, but someone eventually has to do the work, right? :-)

My understanding is that there is a goal to have that essentially ready in summer / for Swift 4, right? How is this going to happen? Is IBM and/or Apple going to provide a reference implementation and the others can use it or not?


> On 16. Mar 2017, at 21:56, Chris Bailey via swift-server-dev <swift-server-dev at swift.org> wrote:
> We're now at the point that we have broad agreement on the general approach to building a set of HTTP APIs, and we're starting to get down to the next level of detail which is likely to be more iterative. As such we'll be having more regular meetings and starting to have working designs in Google Docs and GitHub. 
> We'll therefore start scheduling the next meeting immediately after the previous one. Please use the Doodle Poll below to show your availability - dates between March 27th and April 7th are available. 
>        http://doodle.com/poll/nfmepruih5nr9p2g 
> Thanks, 
> Chris
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