I haven't had much to add recently. Protobuf-rpc is based heavily on
json-rpc, so there's really nothing new behind it. It works well for
my own use and is generic enough to probably work well for most other
people.

Is there a great deal of interest in devising a standard rpc protocol
definition?

On Oct 23, 5:49 pm, Marc Gravell <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> This whole conversation (proto / rpc) seems to have been very quiet
> for a while. I'd be very keen to implement rpc for protobuf-net, so /
> any/ kind of consensus would be good. I suppose I'd default to the
> more Java compatible, but...
>
> Marc
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