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Re: [Auth]I think I have it... (browser auth interaction: simple and cl

From: Albert Scherbinsky
Subject: Re: [Auth]I think I have it... (browser auth interaction: simple and clean)
Date: Thu, 11 Jul 2002 18:32:12 -0400

Hi all,

"Mario D. Santana" wrote:
> david nicol wrote:
> >
> > John wrote:
> >
> >  "Does this solve the browser problem?"
> >
> > No.
> I think a more precise answer is "To the extent possible, yes. But no
> further."
> Andrew Scherbinsky &co. came up with something he calls Flysolo a while
That would be Albert, Marco. I mean Mario. :)

> back, which sounds something like what John is suggesting. I think it's
> an excellent solution, it's easy to integrate into existing websites, and
> it solves the browser problem as well as it can be solved, IMHO. See the
> "Conviently taking control of our personal information" links at 

If you are going to visit my website, you might want to take
a look at a new page called "Content Oriented Programming".
There are some useful ideas there for building loosely
coupled distributed systems like the web.

> I think we should get a good grasp on DotGNU's auth design before we
> worry about this too much.

Yup, it's all about architecture. If you get it right you
can accommodate all modes of use including C2S, S2S and P2P
with the same basic infrastructure.
Albert Scherbinsky
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Kurt Godel showed us every formal system is either
incomplete or inconsistent. Deal with it!

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