Interesting timing. Mark Pilgrim shuts off discussion in a thread, just as the light is beginning to shine, clear and bright.
Mark Pilgrim posted an example implementation of the RESTian (not)Echo API. He also posts an XML-RPC implementation for comparison. He turned off comments for a reason. I think he was trying to get people to go over to the wiki and post their comments/questions/improvements rather than start a flamewar on his weblog.
Which one is more constructive?
Moderators: Please don’t mark this -1 (Flamebait). It really shouldn’t be. Granted, the flamable keywords are there: Winer, Pilgrim, Necho, REST, XML-RPC; but that’s not my intent. Take the political aspect out of it (if that’s possible). It’s all just angle brackets anyway. It’s not worth getting upset over.