[CfP] WS-REST 2014 – Fifth International Workshop on Web APIs and RESTful Design

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[CfP] WS-REST 2014 – Fifth International Workshop on Web APIs and RESTful Design

Thomas Steiner-3
Dear list members,

According to its description, this list's purpose is the "discussion
of Web description languages based on URI/IRI and HTTP, and aligned
with the Web and REST Architecture." This smells very much like 2008
or 2007 even, and I used to post about WADL on this list.
Nevertheless, it is my great pleasure to invite you to submit to our
2014 workshop on Web APIs and RESTful Design.

In the name of the organizers,
Tom

--
Thomas Steiner, Employee, Google Inc.
http://blog.tomayac.com, http://twitter.com/tomayac


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WS-REST 2014 – Fifth International Workshop on Web APIs and RESTful Design
WWW2014 – 7 April 2014 – Seoul, Korea

Who?    Web researchers and engineers working on API servers and clients
What?   A full-day workshop on current and future challenges for Web
APIs and their interaction
Why?    Web APIs are more important than ever, yet many unsolved
problems demand our attention
When?   Full-day workshop on 7 April 2014 – paper submissions before 7
January (hard deadline)
Where?  At the WWW2014 conference in Seoul, Korea


Thousands of APIs exist and their number is growing tremendously,
while use cases become increasingly complex. In contrast to the
human-oriented part of the Web, Web APIs are designed to be used by
machines. This makes issues surrounding their design and integration
significantly different from those of the traditional Web. However,
this also enables the provisioning of new added-value automated
solutions on the Web.
The discussion surrounding Web APIs and RESTful services is often held
outside of research communities. This workshop brings together
researchers and practitioners by providing an open discussion forum
around the design and use of the programmable Web. It is the principal
venue for discussing latests findings and research and development
results around the issues, practices, and best principles surrounding
Web APIs design and their use.


# PRESSING TOPICS #
We especially welcome research and engineering work in the following areas:
- development of intelligent and generic Web API clients
- dynamic combination of and interactions between Web APIs
- novel hypermedia-driven solutions
- tackling the tremendous growth and heterogeneity of APIs
- analysis and understanding of the social and economic factors
surrounding the development, use, and adoption of Web APIs and mashups
- novel solutions for the automated discovery and profiling of Web APIs
- novel technologies for facilitating the development of mashups and
services for the Web of Things
- lessons learnt from the deployment, maintenance and evolution of Web
APIs and mashups


# ALL TOPICS #
In addition to the topics above, this workshop is also open to:
- applications of the REST architectural style to novel domains
- design patterns and anti-patterns for Web APIs
- automated Web API composition
- inverted REST (REST for push events)
- integration of pub/sub with REST
- REST-compliant transaction models
- frameworks for Web API implementation and consumption
- modeling Web APIs
- resource design and granularity
- evolution, versioning and extension of Web APIs
- REST-protocols beyond HTTP


# DETAILS AND DEADLINES #
We welcome full papers (8 pages) and vision papers (4 pages) in the
WS-REST ACM template,
available at http://ws-rest.org/2014/cfp.

Paper submission:  Jan 7, 2014 through EasyChair
Notification:      Feb 4, 2014
Camera-ready:      Feb 12, 2014
Workshop:          Apr 7, 2014 at WWW2014 in Seoul, Korea


WS-REST2014 is organized by:
- Ruben Verborgh, Ghent University – iMinds, Belgium
- Thomas Steiner, Google Germany GmbH, Germany
- Carlos Pedrinaci, The Open University, UK

The WS-REST2014 program committee consists of the following people
(and a few more pending):
- Jim Webber, Neo Technology
- Steve Vinoski, Verivue
- Steve Klabnik
- Ivan Zuzak, GitHub
- Joe Gregorio, Google
- Mike Amundsen, Layer7
- Stefan Tilkov, innoQ
- Benjamin Carlyle, Siemens
- Vlad Stirbu, Nokia
- Erik Wilde, EMC
- Rosa Alarcón, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
- Cesare Pautasso, University of Lugano
- Stefan Dietze, L3S Research Center
- Markus Lanthaler, Graz University of Technology
- Sylvia Schreier, FernUniversität in Hagen
- Yves Lafon, W3C
- Tomas Vitvar, Oracle


Get the latest updates at http://ws-rest.org/2014/cfp or via @wsREST.
Don't hesitate to e-mail us with questions or proposals.


Please consider a submission – we really look forward to seeing your work!
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--
Thomas Steiner, Employee, Google Inc.
http://blog.tomayac.com, http://twitter.com/tomayac

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