[whatwg] persistent storage changes
ian at hixie.ch
Fri Feb 8 20:52:41 PST 2008
On Wed, 12 Dec 2007, Shannon wrote:
> For what it's worth the changes to persistent storage have my vote. As a
> web author and user it strikes the right balance between functionality
> and privacy. Just one thing though, since this storage could also be
> used for 'offline applications' should some mention be made regarding
> access from a page hosted at 127.0.0.1 or via the file: protocol?
I'm not sure what to say. Could you elaborate on your suggestion?
> Also I was curious about what Firefox was putting in mine but it looks
> like I need a 3rd-party sqlite app to do it. Should the spec recommend
> user-agents provide a direct method of access (even though some data may
> be base64 or obsfucated)?
I don't think the spec should really talk about this, since it doesn't
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