Jens Oliver Meiert

WDR #4: Having Conversations in HTTP

Post from January 12, 2010 (↻ December 12, 2016), filed under .

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The Web Dev Report, issue #4.

The Web Dev Report: Having Conversations in HTTP.

Transcript.

Guy 1:
200. [Okay]
Guy 2:
204. [That’s … no content.]
Guy 1:
402. [Well, payment required.]
Guy 2:
406. [That’s not acceptable.]
Guy 1:
409. [I sense some conflict.]
Guy 2:
410. [Then I’m … gone.]
Guy 1:
(Based on a real story.)

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Jens Oliver Meiert, photo of July 27, 2015.

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