Web services considered harmful?

@inproceedings{Khare2005WebSC,
  title={Web services considered harmful?},
  author={Rohit Khare and Jeff Barr and Mark A. Baker and Adam Bosworth and Tim Bray and Jeffery McManus},
  booktitle={WWW '05},
  year={2005}
}
It has been estimated that all of the Web Services specifications and proposals ("WS-*") weigh in at several thousand pages by now. At the same time, their predecessor technologies such as XML-RPC have developed alongside other "grassroots" technologies like RSS. This debate has arguably even risen to the architectural level, contrasting "service-oriented architectures" with REST-based architectural styles. Unfortunately, the multiple overlapping specifications, standards bodies, and vendor… 

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