How can someone without the keys add their messages to the feed?
Start with document-oriented and slowly increment.
I don't think it needs to be capable of feature-complete replacement of Twitter and Facebook to be successful, and requiring it to be that way as a precondition for success is IMHO a losing strategy for dweb. Also a bunch of zines and music albums are shared over DAT. Decentralized Any device can host any archive.
How can someone without the keys add their messages to the feed? It provides public-key-addressed file archives which can be synced securely and browsed on-demand.
Wouldn't only the initial creator have the keys necessary to add to the feed? Dat Protocol Dat is a new p2p hypermedia protocol.
Learn more at the Dat Protocol Foundation Website. If you start to separate instances of the browser e. Resilient Archives can change hosts without changing their URLs.
Versioned Changes are written to an append-only version log. Trying to test it out just now I opened up two tabs in Beaker but both rooms just have the one user in them.
Actually as someone that deals heavily with static sites, if dweb was only used for static sites and perhaps pushed us back to a more document-oriented web I and a lot of others would be quite happy with that. Fast Archives sync from multiple sources at once. Secure All updates are ed and integrity-checked.
Love the de, by the way. This is a really cool idea, but how should I be using it?