Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: What's the deal with Third Voice?
Author: Wesley Felter Posted: 9/28/1999; 9:41:11 PM Topic: Windows apps on Linux: the real reason Msg #: 11576 (In response to 11513) Prev/Next: 11575 / 11577
My final point--and after this I promise I will shut up on the subject--is that instead of complaining about people taking advantage of the lack of security between server and browser, let's implement solutions to the problem. I have every reason to believe that implementing capability-based security and Electronic Rights Transfer in Frontier would be trivial.
OK, I'll take you up on this. What's your proposal on how to implement a non-annotatable Web site using open protocols? You get to design the protocol if you want, but it has to be openly documented. (I assume that's what you're talking about; please correct me if I'm wrong.)
I read Shapiro's dissertation and the erights site and I have written a Web server before, so hopefully that makes me qualified to understand your solution.
If Dave says this is off-topic, feel free to use CritLink to post a comment on Hack the Planet.
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- Re: What's the deal with Third Voice?, Paul Snively, 9/30/1999; 10:11:03 AM
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