[cap-talk] TiddlyWiki on Tahoe (was: Re: Bespin, Caja, Tahoe)

Monty Zukowski monty at codetransform.com
Fri Mar 6 17:16:59 EST 2009


Jed, a good deal of your questions are answered in the original
tiddly_on_tahoe announcement thread and links therein:

http://www.eros-os.org/pipermail/cap-talk/2008-December/011872.html

Monty

On Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 8:36 AM, Jed Donnelley <capability at webstart.com> wrote:
> At 05:52 AM 3/6/2009, Zooko O'Whielacronx wrote:
>>[Cc: cap-talk, tahoe-dev]
>>...(Note, my blog is actually a TiddlyWiki on Tahoe.  :-))
>>
>>http://testgrid.allmydata.org:3567/uri/URI:DIR2-RO:j74uhg25nwdpjpacl6rkat2yhm:kav7ijeft5h7r7rxdp5bgtlt3viv32yabqajkrdykozia5544jqa/wiki.html#Bespin%2BTahoe
>>
>>Zooko
>
> Hey Zooko,
>
> Can you tell us a bit more about TiddlyWiki on Tahoe?  Specifically,
> can it (make all my dreams come true):
>
> 1.  Support the deep read-only property - namely that if you fetch a
> directory or file from a read-only directory then the resulting
> capability (a URL as above) is also read-only.
>
> 2.  Is there a Web view into directories?  If so, can you send such a
> Web link to a directory to the cap-talk list?  Preferably one with
> one or more RW directory links stored in the directory that will be
> converted to RO links on fetching.  It would be terrific if we could
> also get a RW link to a directory to experiment with.
>
> 3.  Is it possible to "mount" such a directory link (so that files
> and directories can be accessed by local applications such as Unix or
> Windows applications) - e.g. with the Tahoe client (if so on what OSs)?
>
> 4.  Is there any mechanism for uploading (copying) files into a RW
> web directory capability?
>
> 5.  Is there a mechanism for inserting file links (cross site,
> shared) into a RW web directory capability?
>
> 6.  Is there any mechanism for inserting directories (cross site,
> shared) into a RW directory capability?
>
> Of course feel free to map the above terminology so that it makes
> more sense to you (or ask if it's so unclear as to not be understandable).
>
> Thanks (!) for any time to respond.
>
> --Jed  http://www.webstart.com/jed-signature.html
>
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