Using the content write interface
mark at ubuntu.com
Wed Aug 31 13:07:18 UTC 2016
On 31/08/16 09:05, Benjamin M Romer wrote:
> What I had in mind here are applications similar to BOINC, where the
> data to be processed is downloaded from outside and shouldn't be
> processed under the management application's security model. The
> download area could be opened using the content interface, with each
> client project inside its own snap for isolation.
> This approach could also be used by services like mail spools and
> message or print queues, or services that work like FTP or Wordpress,
> where files are uploaded but need to be accessible to plug-ins or
> other services (like DLNA for a media server, or HTTP, or ClamAV).
Yes, I think it makes sense to have shared writable content, just not
the ENTIRETY of the shared writable content. But that's a niggle. Keep
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