HTTP PUT for file uploads

mike mike503 at
Tue Sep 9 13:27:09 MSD 2008

That would be the plan. First gotta get a working implementation done  
and the kinks in the "protocol" but you can bet I will push the idea/ 
protocol/whatever to every browser and web server to get more adoption.

On Sep 9, 2008, at 1:37 AM, Phillip B Oldham <phill at 
 > wrote:

> mike wrote:
>> Also it would be neat if the server advertised it's advanced upload
>> capability, or something so that the client side applet (and possibly
>> built-in to webservers some day) would know "hey, if I upload to this
>> host, I can use the intelligent transfer system"
> And if you provide enough documentation on it, someone will probably  
> write a firefox plug-in to take advantage of the system with the  
> default <input type="file" /> control. I might even take a whack at  
> it if I've got the time.
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