I indicated earlier that we published the WS-Eventing spec on Tuesday. This turned out to be quite an effort because of the storm in the area which left everyone at home. Light snow was better than the freezing rain we received the next night on everyone’s connectivity and power so Internet access was not a problem. However, VPN access to the MS corporate network was a bit iffy since approximately 10,000 MS employees were all trying to gain access. Kudos to Mark Olwick and Jason Sacks for getting this done and propped on time in what turned out to be one of our smoother publications.
Omri chimed in on his love for WS-Eventing and where it fits into the bigger picture so definitely check this piece out. If I can just get Omri to submit this kind of thing to MSDN so we can publish it on the giant machine that is the MS.COM Web Farm, I would be a happy man. I think he is currently publishing his blog on his own dime which leaves a bit to be desired in the availability department.
While I’m linking to Omri’s blog, you will also want to check out the nice entry he wrote on the roles of WSE and Indigo and how you should be thinking about them.