WRML is an client-server application framework that leverages REST API design rules, web resource schemas, and pluggable serialization formats to free developers from the boring and tedious bookkeeping code so that they can focus on coding something awesome.
WRML is governed by a set of standards which are maintained and evolved by the WRML Project Management Committee. These standards enable the creation of WRML's various tools, frameworks, and engines.
Today, the WRML open source project is just getting started. The web site, communication tools, development environment, and backlog are just beginning to take shape.
Note that the following whitepapers and slides are intended for a very technical audience (WRML committers):
The current WRML Project committers are (in alphabetical order):
The WRML project started unofficially in July of 2011 by Mark Masse. The formation of a more formal open source and standards governance body didn't happen until October of that same year.
WRML Project Management Committee carries the responsibilities of the WRML project, which include:
Additionally, committee members are responsible for helping to recruit, propose, and interview new project committee members.
The WRML Project Management Committee contains (in alphabetical order):
|Mark Masse||ESPN||WRML Inventor and Director of wrml.org||-8|