node_modules/@solid/community-server/config. I defined my project as a module following the documentation for componentsjs.
Hello @RubenVerborgh @joachimvh
As said earlier I'm doing a Computer Science master thesis on the integration of CSS at CERN. Especially, I'll be working on the integration of CERN's SSO with CSS.
For that purpose, and as Ruben informed me, I'll have to implement a new identification interaction. If I understand well, the email identification interaction is the only one that exists for now, and to be able to login with CERN SSO, an OpenID interaction needs to be implemented.
This would suit me well as it would fulfill one of my thesis requirements: code something new.
Could you confirm that this is not implemented in the current CSS yet?
in NSS we have /var/www/servername/data/user/index.html for pod root
and /var/www/servername/index.html for server root.
in CSS we have /usr/lib/node_modules/@solid/community-server/templates/root/index.html
that generates the server root in /var/www/servername/index.html
where is the template for the user pod root in CSS ?
will changes only apply for new users ?
will we take the new authN for both servers ?
things to keep an eye on...
is it the goal to make SolidOS standard on both ?
@angel.araya:matrix.org It's hard to tell from just the example above, but the Components.js error seems to indicate that it's not finding your resource store. Perhaps this can help, it's another project that has a configuration that uses CSS as a dependency and also has a config with custom stores: https://github.com/KNowledgeOnWebScale/solid-calendar-store/
jaxoncreed (jaxoncreed) I based most of my work in this working example. But let me know if your get stuck anywhere, it might be something I also ran into.
The Solid Editorial Team would like to increase communication with and receive feedback from community members and organizations who are actively implementing Solid compliant server or client technologies, with an aim to:
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npm upgrade -g @solid/community-serverbut became no "success"-logging. that leads me to part b) how do I find the installed version of CSS ?
curl -i https://solidweb.megives no info. do we have a -v option ?
x-powered-byheader in the future to include the version number
$ community-solid-server --version 2.0.0
@joachimvh @RubenVerborgh @bourgeoa @timbl @jeff-zucker @aveltens:matrix.org @SharonStrats @theRealImy
cross-post in node-solid-server and community-server
I got NSS 5.6.9-beta with old index.html and CSS 1.1.0 running on solidweb.org and solidweb.me.
unfortunately I have messed up node installations when introducing nvm.
but... both systems are up and running.
if I got time and leisure (in the sense of the german word "Muße") I will build the root machine from scratch and bring everything on the actual level (after getting okay from you), so potential 5.6.11 and 2.0.0 including nvm from the very beginning.
back-up'ing the users and save them should be no problem.
have a good weekend and stay tuned. ewingson