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Existing Web interoperability protocols are, arguably, overly complex as a result of each protocol being designed by a different group, providing a single service, and having its own syntax and vocabulary. Some standards, such as RSS, are popular and are designed with simplicity in mind and include easy to understand documentation, which is a key reason for its high adoption levels. However, the majority of protocols are complex, making them relatively difficult for programmers to understanddoi:10.1145/2389836.2389878 dblp:conf/saicsit/PaihamaWS12 fatcat:u7xh5gbmlfdxxo3ybfr7jvz6qa