Hi @201419003CVM, what type of functionality would you like to add, i.e. what is your expertise? There is a repository on GitHub, which mostly revolves around the specification (i.e. the work there is not programming): https://github.com/solid/specification/
Alternatively, you could look at the following things:
Controlaccess of the Pod, and the minor just
Write), so one approach could be to write an app that demonstrates that approach? Alternatively, you could fork a Solid server (node-solid-server is the primary open source implementation at this point in time) to change the sign-up flow to set up new Pods in this way for you.
"Access" is a big word :P It's possible right now, but you need to know how to set it up. What it boils down to if you wanted to do it now:
(With some "well actually" caveats about WebIDs not necessarily coming with a Pod, but that's not really relevant to achieving your goals.)
bjonnhIt is used in the military as well
bjonnhQuite a lot of great resources here (courses, videos, slides...)
bjonnhSpecifically around your question
@henry re :point_up: June 11, 2020 1:27 AM.
 json-ld/json-ld.org#488 -- the journey
 https://medium.com/@kidehen/simple-linked-data-deployment-tutorial-using-json-ld-notation-3e753a5d44a3 -- Simple Linked Data Deployment using JSON-LD
Basically, I could write #2 once the JSON-LD 1.0 bug re support for relative HTTP URIs was fixed i.e., a rendition of https://medium.com/openlink-software-blog/simple-linked-data-deployment-tutorial-a532e568c82f#thisPost :)
httpis the canonical, that'd be great. LOV might want to correct it.