Sebastian Hammer <firstname.lastname@example.org> is planning to build and document an implementation of the ZOOM model as a Web Service - that is, he plans to define a set of commands which can be issued over HTTP to yield documents which encapsulate the result of executing ZOOM operations.
I guess that means by default that Sebastian is the maintainer of the Web Services binding.
While we wait for Sebastian to get his act together, I (Mike Taylor) have put together a brief outline of the sort of direction we might go.
To give a flavour of the Web Services binding, here is ZOOM's equivalent of the ``Hello World'' program: a tiny Z39.50 client that fetches and displays the MARC record for Farlow & Brett Surman's The Complete Dinosaur from the Library of Congress.
HTTP GET /zoom/ws/series: connect; conn/option?conn=LAST&databaseName=Voyager; conn/search?conn=LAST&prefix=@attr+1=7+0253333490; rs/get?rs=LAST&which=1
None yet available.