(I was late too, so I guess we all missed each other.)
Great video! Looks nice and straightforward. One small downside is that you made me fall into the black hole of George Hotz's blog 😵💫
Before that I started to wonder if end-users will really know what to do with the choice of "Peppol Classic" and "AS4 direct" – maybe the choice should always be automatic based on the recipient or sender. Is it possible to automatically detect if a new recipient has a Peppol access point? Or maybe it should be an Advanced or administrator setup function.
Thanks for the feedback, George!
Well, as I did for the 'random seller', you can click on sender's/reicpient's username and see his username, email, WebID, and PeppolID( it is not necessary to have both Peppol ID and Web ID).
If a PeppolID exists, there is a flag that means that this user is verified from a Peppol ID provider.
If you want to send a message using a WebID, you only can send it through 'AS4 direct'(So, if you choose 'Peppol classic' an error message appears). But if you want to use a Peppol ID you can choose between 'Peppol classic' or 'AS4'. This is the only reason that it's not automated.
Web ID -> AS4
Peppol ID -> AS4 or Peppol classic
But, at the Q&A section we can answer questions like:
What is the difference between 'Peppol classic' and 'AS4 direct'?
When should I accept a new contact request?
When should I trust someone as a supplier?
Do you think that this is enough for someone to understand how the trust-ui works?
Btw, I also enjoy George Hotz's blog a lot! He does not care about having a typical 'businessman' profile. He is an expert in what he does, so he doesn't need that.