Some epic gifs on Steve Mann (of the Eyetap, retro precursor to Google Glass and some modern AR stuff)'s website http://wearcam.org/
https://gitlab.com/spritely/crystal/commits/master it's been a good day so far
Also @jakob runs emacs as a window manager which makes me question my own window manager decisions
Joined by @jakob, who is getting stuff set up for guix deploy work, in hacking from my office today. Always nice to have a hackin' buddy around!
@bhaugen @yaaps @kaniini The association-identity is how humans build (or lose) trust, but *should not* be the authority model of the system. Instead, it's the entry/exit point: if I interview Alice and check her credentials for a sysadmin job, that's all associative-identity stuff. But she *gets the authority to admin the systems* through an ocap. More explained here: https://w3c-ccg.github.io/ocap-ld/#relationship-to-vc
@bhaugen @yaaps It's true that ACLs and ocaps aren't incompatible, and I think that @kaniini is referencing a piece of the truth as in terms of "ocaps get granted somehow". Here's the relationship: ocaps are authority by reference/possession and ACLs are authority by associative identity.
ACLs are in no way needed in a system (and are in fact quite dangerous) but the way they're related is that associative identity is how we establish trust relationships between *humans* (cotd)
I can finally read and write using the #Spritely Crystal client to the encrypted store and the registry via the command line. IT WORKS.
> Who made scrollbars so thin? When did that become a UI fashion?
> I'd like to have a conversation with whoever made this decision. I will remain calm and polite the entire time, but my seething inner rage will be apparent from the way my pinky quietly taps my leg as I'm talking.
-- @firstname.lastname@example.org https://twitter.com/kfogel/status/1127323625059770368
Ok, only two things left for the #Spritely Crystal client to be out:
- Need to handle fetching specifically requested versions by grabbing them from the URL (since that data can appear there anyway)
- Need to finish the stub of the "client" stuff itself, ie just the argument parsing and printing out data to the user. That stuff is fairly easy.