[foaf-protocols] Simple WebID based Resource ACL test
nathan at webr3.org
Wed May 19 20:30:31 CEST 2010
Kingsley Idehen wrote:
> Attempt to view:
> https://ods-qa.openlinksw.com/home/dav/Public/lod_avatar.jpg .
> If you aren't a member of the ACL I set up you will fail.
works for me :)
a couple of small notes:
1: [an aside] it'd be really good to get a valid certificate on their,
any 3rd parties lurking and checking will just get a get me out of here
in firefox, and worse in chrome.
2: Have you got the ACF access controlled too? and can you expose via
the link header?
For example if you check the headers on:
rel="http://www.w3.org/ns/auth/acl#"; title="Access Control File"
which if you had control over, you could also GET to edit (And once i
implement, sparul or PUT to update, from any clientside ACL editor
(which I need to make).
All as per TimBL's Socially Aware Cloud Storage design issue .
ps: only the people I foaf:knows can see it, which at the minute is
kingsley, michael, melvin and mike - need to add a few more of you to it
(henry!) if you can't see that one then https://ssl.data.fm/test has an
acl which allows everyone access. (ignore the output, it's the code that
runs the js login demo)
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