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I think I copied it from readme on github and just added my info.
looks fine to me. try erasing the config file and trying solid-shell without it, you should be prompted for the info, I have to run now but I'll check back later to see if that worked
Emilio Cortina Labra
Hi. I have a question about the chat-pane module (https://github.com/solid/chat-pane). I was trying to test it but when executing it I run into a problem from the peoplePicker.js. Anyone knows how can I test and deploy this module or integrate it into another application? Thanks.
Here is a photo of the error
@jeff-zucker Thanks. When erasing the file, I got "error getting credentials : Error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, open /xxxx/.solid-auth-cli-config.json".
Oh duh it hit me while I was driving you need quote marks around the values EG IDP and username
Keys and values
@jeff-zucker Thanks. I did it. Key also needs quote marks, which is the basics of JSON and I forgot it
Ana Junquera Méndez
Hi! I would like to know if there exists any library or any way to give permissions to a Solid friend so that he or she can write in a file from my pod.
@AJunque9 You'll need to add their WebID to a policy located in /.acl having acl:Write control.
Ana Junquera Méndez
@csarven thank you!!
@jeff-zucker I recall a thread about reading all files in a directory into a store. Is this even possible? Do you have an example?
for i in *; do foosoftware --import "$i" --graph http://example.org/"$i"; done
you don't even need a loop, just a file glob, /folder/*
Is this from the command line?
from anywhere using rdflib's fetcher.load()
if you're on the command line and it's a folder or files requiring auth, you'll need to do
I just added to the problem (joined) but would certainly support any efforts at increasing inclusivity
Anyone knows whether it is possible to give a permission to upload a file on a person A's POD from person B? I was thinking that the default public folder within a POD means that anyone can read from and write to it but I was not able to find ways to change a permission.
Note : B does not have a credential of A.
yes, person B can upload a file to person A’s POD given that person B has been granted some write access to a container
It becomes a bit more trickier if you want to do it with a web application (because of strict origin handling), but you can do it via the data browser for example
@megoth_twitter Great, thanks. How can you do it from data browser?
the way you upload files it to drag and drop it on the green plus icon
do you know how you give access to someone via the databrowser?