7061Re: [decentralization] Tagging WWW data to build decentralized systems
- Jun 23, 2010On 06/24/2010 03:36 AM, Lucas Gonze wrote:
> But one thing you could do is tweet it, and that would work until theYes
> tweet was flushed out of the update stream?
> What if the owner of the encryption key signed that URI for some otherThis is a very good point, Lucas. How about the following modification?
> reason? It seems like merely signing the URI only indicates a LOOK
> assertion when everybody who signs anything buys into the LOOK
Combine another URI (just to work as an identifier) with the URI:
LOOK uri="http://twitter.com/gonze" meaning="http://f2f.name/LOOK/owner" key="XYZ Key"
value="[signed "meaning=http://f2f.name/LOOK/owner uri=http://twitter.com/gonze%5d"]
This complicates it somewhat, but
i) Removes the possibility that keyholders had signed that for some
ii) Allows keyholders to add their own meanings.
i.e. I could have a "Vote on this" page, inviting people to submit a
LOOK in a textarea,
either http://mysite.com/yeah or http://mysite.com/nay etc.
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