Ja, zie bijvoorbeeld hier - www.opendata-forum.nl/t/foonsearch/27/986 - dat is van van twee weken terug.
Blijkbaar gaat Berners-Lee niet in jouw PersInfoNet participeren, maar begint nieuwe startup.
Hier de directe link naar diens “intentie-verklaring”, in feite zijn derde. Eerste was van maart 1989:
Keywords: Hypertext, Computer conferencing, Document retrieval, Information management, Project
En werd als plan in eerste instantie verworpen. Twee:
In 2009, I said, “The web as I envisaged it we have not seen yet.” That was because people were using the web just for documents,
So I have taken a sabbatical from MIT, reduced my day-to-day involvement with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and founded a company called inrupt where I will be guiding the next stage of the web in a very direct way. Inrupt will be the infrastructure allowing Solid to flourish. Its mission is to provide commercial energy and an ecosystem to help protect the integrity and quality of the new web built on Solid.
I’m no techo but could someone explain in simple English whether Inrupt is a competitor for Safe.
De SAVE Network-man, David Irvine daarop:
No, not really, more of a possible partner. They still use the old Internet/Web for much of what they do, however, their vision is not for full-on security and privacy at that level. They advocate everyone basically owns their own “silo” or server where they give access to different people/apps etc. under the control at all times of the user.
A bit like what we showed with patter/not patter, the users data is the users data, so similarities in the message from them and us.
But, there are differences, whilst we agree users data should only be accessible through the user and never pulled into some corporate network, we also say users should not have to run servers! These servers for SOLID are pretty simple affairs, but very clever. They are though direct accessible Internet IP addresses and have all the server vulnerabilities that servers today have.
So directly connectable IP addresses -This is where we have CRUST to make all (well most really) computers accessible and only via encrypted communications.
We add routing to find such computers (not DNS lookups or some database of known servers etc.).
Then the bigger difference, in SAFE everyone’s data is spread across multiple locations and constantly being moved around as computers go on and off, so no administration required from the user, no backups and no server-based vulnerabilities. However, a sticky point for us is that we do not wish for the SAFE data to be mixed with clearnet data at all, so there is a tension between allowing all SOLID silos in non SAFE form interact with our secured data management. This will need to be resolved otherwise it will look like “competition” as we resist clearnet and SOLID really want it. I suspect we can make the case and we should.
So very similar parts of the vision, give the net back to the people, but we do not want them to have the same net they used o have in terms of servers and the associated issues with those (such as everyone having to rent out a VM or something).
Op deze foto een aantal voorvechters van een meer gedecentraliseerd internet/web in augustus bijeen in SF:
Links jouw Lee, rechts Irvine en op de rug gezien Kahle, met zijn “Internet Archive” de gastheer die week en met wie Irvine ook iets van een plan aan het smeden zou zijn.
SF - niet “sciencefiction” dus maar “San Francisco” …