Re: [Json] I-JSON Topic #1: Media Types?

Stefan Drees <stefan@drees.name> Wed, 30 April 2014 05:50 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Json] I-JSON Topic #1: Media Types?
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+1 from my side also
Am 30.04.14 06:40, schrieb "Martin J. Dürst":
> +1. I have given my arguments already months ago, and they are much the
> same as given here recently by many.
>
> Regards,   Martin.
>
> On 2014/04/30 02:26, Paul Hoffman wrote:
>> <no hat>
>>
>>> "Should there be an I-JSON media type, or a application/*+i-json
>>> suffix?  Draft i-json-01 calls for it, but this is at best
>>> controversial."
>>
>> No. A receiver can check whatever data it gets against whatever rules
>> it wants. I-JSON is a standardized set of rules that an emitter
>> probably wants to follow. And emitter saying "Look! I followed those
>> rules!" cannot be trusted anyway.
>>
>> --Paul Hoffman
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