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dokieli is a clientside editor for decentralised article publishing, annotations and social interactions https://dokie.li/
Re https://gitter.im/linkeddata/dokieli?at=5a4d02c0232e79134dc00245#this, why is there an assumption that individuals will be able to acquire and/or have ownership (or admin) privileges re. Personal Data Pods (a/k/a Personal Data Spaces)?
WebID and its WebID-Profile doc collectively provide a more granular launch point i.e., a publisher can create Data Spaces (or Pods) from wherever the host their a WebID-Profile doc over which they have ownership privileges.
Here's a post about how middleware layer (e.g., what Virtuoso provides) brings this capability to GoogleDrive, Dropbox, Amazon S3, OneDrive etc.: https://medium.com/virtuoso-blog/taking-control-of-access-to-resources-stored-in-google-drive-dropbox-microsoft-onedrive-box-and-d25ab3dd27d9
Note, you can achieve this using the open source or commercial editions of Virtuoso. Attribute-based Access Controls engine from handling WebACLs is the only thing that's commercial edition specific.
/cc @csarven @melvincarvalho @stain