A collection of interface patterns for granting or denying permissions.
Software is politics, because software is power.
The transcript of a tremendous talk by Richard Pope.
This a great proposal: well-researched and explained, it tackles the tricky subject of balancing security and access to native APIs.
Far too many ideas around installable websites focus on imitating native behaviour in a cargo-cult kind of way, whereas this acknowledges addressability (with URLs) as a killer feature of the web …a beautiful baby that we definitely don’t want to throw out with the bathwater.
I wish to cover the entire Brighton Pavilion in Bakelite for my own amusement.
Let’s be polite. Especially when starting relationships.
Andy sounds a cautionary note: the password anti-pattern may be dying, but OAuth permission-granting shouldn’t be blasé. This is why granular permissions are so important.
A one-stop-shop with links to the authentication settings of various online services. Take the time to do a little Spring cleaning.
Starbucks has opened a branch in Brighton by disregarding planning permission, ignoring planning laws, and by asserting is not in fact a cafÃ© or coffee shop but a retail outlet.