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Published at 2017-04-26T14:16:45Z, ID: 5732408326356992

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Published at 2017-04-26T12:16:03Z, ID: 5640716847939584

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Published at 2017-04-26T05:01:26Z, ID: 5642600828633088

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Published at 2017-04-26T05:01:25Z, ID: 5760220017983488

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Published at 2017-04-26T02:00:11Z, ID: 5648955668955136

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Published at 2017-04-25T23:38:33Z, ID: 5659359522586624

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Published at 2017-04-25T23:37:06Z, ID: 5683666520899584

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Published at 2017-04-25T23:35:06Z, ID: 5148466451841024

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Published at 2017-04-25T22:38:57Z, ID: 5744745351479296

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Published at 2017-04-25T20:41:22Z, ID: 5678293617475584

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Here are the subtopics that I will cover in this Seminar. Again we are looking at processing steps within the

Published at 2017-04-25T03:40:25Z, ID: 6208114340659200

It’s faster and more powerful than before, yet remarkably thinner and lighter. It has the brightest, most colorful Mac notebook display ever. And it introduces the Touch Bar — a Multi-Touch enabled strip of glass built into the keyboard for instant access to the tools you want, right when you want them. The new MacBook Pro is built on groundbreaking ideas. And it’s ready for yours.

If the subscription is confirmed, the hub will respond with a 204 status.

Published at 2017-04-25T03:21:23Z, ID: 6286722878930944

Topic: An Atom [RFC4287] or RSS [RSS20] feed URL [RFC3986]. The unit to which one can subscribe to changes. This spec currently only addresses feed URLs that require no additional authorization headers. Hub ("the hub"): The server (URL [RFC3986]) which implements both sides of this protocol. We have implemented this and are running a server at http://pubsubhubbub.appspot.com that is, at least for now, open to anybody for use, as either a publisher or subscriber. Any hub MAY implement its own policies on who can use it. Publisher: An owner of a topic. Notifies the hub when the topic feed has been updated. It just notifies that it has been updated, but not how. As in almost all pubsub systems, the publisher is unaware of the subscribers, if any. Other pubsub systems might call the publisher the "source". Subscriber: An entity (person or program) that wants to be notified of changes on a topic. The subscriber must be directly network-accessible and is identified by its Subscriber Callback URL. Subscription: A unique relation to a topic by a subscriber that indicates it should receive updates for that topic. A subscription's unique key is the tuple (Topic URL, Subscriber Callback URL). Subscriptions may (at the hub's decision) have expiration times akin to DHCP leases which must be periodically renewed. Subscriber Callback URL: The URL [RFC3986] at which a subscriber wishes to receive notifications. Event: An event that causes updates to multiple topics. For each event that happens (e.g. "Brad posted to the Linux Community."), multiple topics could be affected (e.g. "Brad posted." and "Linux community has new post"). Publisher events cause topics to be updated and the hub looks up all subscriptions for affected topics, sending out notifications to subscribers. Notification: A payload describing how a topic's contents have changed. This difference (or "delta") is computed by the hub and sent to all subscribers. The format of the notification will be an Atom or RSS feed served by the publisher with only those entries present which are new or have changed. The notification can be the result of a publisher telling the hub of an update, or the hub proactively polling a topic feed, perhaps for a subscriber subscribing to a topic that's not pubsub-aware. Note also that a notification to a subscriber can be a payload consisting of updates for multiple topics. Hubs MAY choose to send multi-topic notifications as an optimization for heavy subscribers, but subscribers MUST understand them. See Section 7.3 for format details.

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Published at 2017-04-25T03:18:04Z, ID: 5711416405262336

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Published at 2017-04-25T03:15:56Z, ID: 6323610843086848

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Published at 2017-04-25T03:12:40Z, ID: 5082214433816576

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Published at 2017-04-25T03:11:15Z, ID: 5160822972088320

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Published at 2017-04-25T03:10:12Z, ID: 5197710936244224

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Published at 2017-04-25T03:01:21Z, ID: 5752577492779008

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An open, simple, web-scale pubsub protocol, along with an open source reference implentation targeting Google App Engine. Notably, however, nothing in the protocol is centralized, or Google- or App Engine-specific. Anybody can play. As opposed to more developed (and more complex) pubsub specs like Jabber Publish-SubscribeMillard, P., Saint-Andre, P., and R. Meijer, “Publish-Subscribe,” . [XEP‑0060] this spec's base profile (the barrier-to-entry to speak it) is dead simple. The fancy bits required for high-volume publishers and subscribers are optional. The base profile is HTTP-based, as opposed to XMPP (see more on this below).

Published at 2017-04-25T02:50:13Z, ID: 4863685323390976

Topic: An Atom [RFC4287] or RSS [RSS20] feed URL [RFC3986]. The unit to which one can subscribe to changes. This spec currently only addresses feed URLs that require no additional authorization headers. Hub ("the hub"): The server (URL [RFC3986]) which implements both sides of this protocol. We have implemented this and are running a server at http://pubsubhubbub.appspot.com that is, at least for now, open to anybody for use, as either a publisher or subscriber. Any hub MAY implement its own policies on who can use it. Publisher: An owner of a topic. Notifies the hub when the topic feed has been updated. It just notifies that it has been updated, but not how. As in almost all pubsub systems, the publisher is unaware of the subscribers, if any. Other pubsub systems might call the publisher the "source". Subscriber: An entity (person or program) that wants to be notified of changes on a topic. The subscriber must be directly network-accessible and is identified by its Subscriber Callback URL. Subscription: A unique relation to a topic by a subscriber that indicates it should receive updates for that topic. A subscription's unique key is the tuple (Topic URL, Subscriber Callback URL). Subscriptions may (at the hub's decision) have expiration times akin to DHCP leases which must be periodically renewed. Subscriber Callback URL: The URL [RFC3986] at which a subscriber wishes to receive notifications. Event: An event that causes updates to multiple topics. For each event that happens (e.g. "Brad posted to the Linux Community."), multiple topics could be affected (e.g. "Brad posted." and "Linux community has new post"). Publisher events cause topics to be updated and the hub looks up all subscriptions for affected topics, sending out notifications to subscribers. Notification: A payload describing how a topic's contents have changed. This difference (or "delta") is computed by the hub and sent to all subscribers. The format of the notification will be an Atom or RSS feed served by the publisher with only those entries present which are new or have changed. The notification can be the result of a publisher telling the hub of an update, or the hub proactively polling a topic feed, perhaps for a subscriber subscribing to a topic that's not pubsub-aware. Note also that a notification to a subscriber can be a payload consisting of updates for multiple topics. Hubs MAY choose to send multi-topic notifications as an optimization for heavy subscribers, but subscribers MUST understand them. See Section 7.3 for format details.

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Published at 2017-04-24T23:16:21Z, ID: 5740627450920960