> I've submitted an application for and have started planning a Web > Services > Kit for Haiku. Stephan Aßmus commented on my proposal: > > The only thing which I am missing is some kind of vision for how > Haiku > applications could make use of the Services Kit (how about "Web > Services > Kit"?) in a cross-service way. Ie the user defines his preferred > communication service in a Haiku preflet and applications using the > Services > Kit can provide certain basic team work features across any of the > possible > services without knowing the specific service. I'm not sure exactly what's the extend of your definition of web service... > What I'm still looking for is some examples of applications that > would work > in this way. I can come up with a somewhat contrived example of a > application like "Haiku quotes of the day" that allows a user to > enter a > quote and then collects and displays the communities quotes. I'm > sure, There are already some BeOS apps like BWeather which checks online meteo data, but they are hardcoded GUI apps. François.