[cap-talk] Selling capabilities programming

Sandro Magi smagi at higherlogics.com
Tue Jul 24 18:54:23 EDT 2007

Definitely a good reference (which I will consult before attributing
work), thanks. Moving that to the wiki would be a great start.


Stiegler, Marc D wrote:
> Actually, I just realized that there is a page that is surely incomplete
> and a little e-lang centric, but does a remarkably good job of
> presenting this history. It is the page at the erights site of "new news
> that is now old", i.e., the complete, sequential list of all the items
> that were at some time list in the What's New section of the site.
> Check it out at http://www.erights.org/new.html. It is at least a good
> start.
> --marcs 
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: cap-talk-bounces at mail.eros-os.org 
>> [mailto:cap-talk-bounces at mail.eros-os.org] On Behalf Of Sandro Magi
>> Sent: Monday, July 23, 2007 9:34 PM
>> To: General discussions concerning capability systems.
>> Subject: Re: [cap-talk] Selling capabilities programming
>> I'm familiar with those pages, I meant work that came after 
>> the birth of  E/Open E project. Stuff like Ka-Ping Yee's 
>> poster from a few years on secure interaction design [1], the 
>> work on CapDesk, etc.
>> Such a centralized reference page with links to the 
>> projects/research details could also be encouraging indicator 
>> of how much is actively being done in this area. The wiki 
>> seems a good place for it since the authors can update it 
>> with their own research and its status. Just a thought. :-)
>> Sandro
>> [1] http://www.ischool.berkeley.edu/~ping/sid/

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