REST + microformats as a Bugzilla API

Max Kanat-Alexander mkanat at
Tue Oct 17 05:32:51 UTC 2006

On Mon, 2006-10-16 at 18:50 -0700, Myk Melez wrote:
> The piece I'm mostly interested in is the way we design our HTML 
> responses.  I think it would be productive for us to structure them with 
> embedded metadata so clients which want to use them to programmatically 
> access data can do so.

	Sure, I think it's something we can consider. It could be cool and

	Usually I like to have some consumer who wants something, before we
implement it. For example, we have *lots* of people who have wanted the
XML-RPC interface for a long time, so that gives us a good idea of how
to implement it, because they'll say "Oh, it really needs to do THIS."

	It would be interesting to know who our REST clients would be, and we
could give them what they'd be most interested in.

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