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  • Aug 11 2021 20:52
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Theo
@joeitu
Thanks ! that what I was looing for :)
Ruben Verborgh
@RubenVerborgh
@solid/community-server v2.0.1 released with 4 minor fixes:
https://github.com/solid/community-server/blob/main/CHANGELOG.md#v201---2021-11-02
Matthias Evering
@ewingson
solidweb.me updated to CSS 2.0.1
Joep Meindertsma
@joepio
Hi! I'm working on a full-text search service that supports RDF. It's designed to be compatible with solid servers. It works by POSTing a Turtle document to an endpoint, after which each triple is parsed and indexed. It's performing pretty well, and has quite a bunch of useful search features. Would anyone like to help me get this working with Solid Community Server?
Ruben Verborgh
@RubenVerborgh
@joepio Great news! Shall we iterate here: https://github.com/solid/community-server/discussions/new ?
Joep Meindertsma
@joepio
Thanks! I've added to the existing issue: solid/community-server#275
Sarven Capadisli
@csarven
Can someone fill in this for me for CSS:
PUT /foo Turtle -> ?
PATCH /foo -> ?
PUT /foo JSON-LD -> ?
PATCH /foo -> ?
Joachim Van Herwegen
@joachimvh
@csarven first one returns 201, the followup requests 205
elf Pavlik
@elf-pavlik
does CSS allow running it only as a storage server without the IdP functionality? related would be only running the IdP without any storage functionality.
Joachim Van Herwegen
@joachimvh
@elf-pavlik The first is possible by changing the http/handler import in your config to simple.json as described here https://github.com/solid/community-server/tree/main/config/http
we don't have a premade import for the second, but it should be possible by making your own version of config/http/default.json without the LDP handler
this is untested but I don't see an immediate reason why this wouldn't work
elf Pavlik
@elf-pavlik
great! thanks @joachimvh
Matthias Evering
@ewingson
solidweb.me and solidweb.org are going down for est. 15 min to renew certificates
Matthias Evering
@ewingson
solidweb.org and solidweb.me certificates renewed
Matthias Evering
@ewingson
solidweb.me is stopping to install mashlib recipe
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Anton Wiklund
@ixuz
Hi all :)
Matthias Evering
@ewingson
the machine in Stra├čburg with solidweb.me and solidweb.org is fully functional and won't be touched the rest of the year except for eventual emergency reasons
Michiel de Jong
@michielbdejong
Hi all, as you probably know by now there is a small issue that is keeping our community server from being fully WAC compliant. I started working on a fix for that in michielbdejong/community-server#13 - let me know if you're interested in contributing or helping!
Ruben Verborgh
@RubenVerborgh
@michielbdejong Our preferred way of working is that you first submit an architectural suggestion of how to implement (example: https://github.com/solid/community-server/issues/929#issuecomment-905525328).
There's zero chance of the current fix being accepted as-is because it disregards some of our architectural concerns. The reason for the current WAC behavior is that we believe there to be a bug in the WAC spec, which was unknown at the time some spec decisions were taken. Without an understanding of that bug, it will be hard to implement a proper solution.
The current situation is not a matter of the CSS team or anyone else being able yo come up with code, but rather that there is an open spec issue.
Fortuately, CSS is modular, so you can build your modules in a separate package and publish them, so they can be used by anyone.
Ruben Verborgh
@RubenVerborgh
It's great to have those choices.
Good luck with the implementation!
Michiel de Jong
@michielbdejong
Thanks! Good luck to you.
Anton Wiklund
@ixuz
Hey there, is there a date set for the next architecture group discussion regarding CSS? The last meeting was held on the 9th of December.
Ruben Verborgh
@RubenVerborgh
@ixuz I'll set one up for the next couple of weeks, any particular issues you want to discuss?
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elf Pavlik
@elf-pavlik
We are finalizing a major change to Solid-OIDC which moves most responsibilities from Resource Server to an Authorization Server associated with that RS. solid/solid-oidc#18
I hope next week we will have that PR merged and updated spec and primer available for broader feedback. Since CSS implements OP, RS, and most of the logic that is going to be moved to AS it would be great to get some feedback and a rough timeline on implementing those changes.
After changes in that PR and small reorganization of section in spec, we plan to tag it as FPWD
Leif Johansson
@leifj
I have some questions about the PR do you want them here or in the PR discussion on github?
Joachim Van Herwegen
@joachimvh
@leifj preferably on github, as that is a more permanent format and we get notifications there
@elf-pavlik will have to do a study first on how much the current implementation differs and more specifically how easy it will be to support the new behaviour with the OIDC library that we use (and this is my first day after my holidays so there's some backlog :sweat_smile: )
Leif Johansson
@leifj
ok thats fine - I shot off an email to justin richer too. I have a nagging feeling that what you are trying to accomplish would be a lot easier in gnap/oauth3
but I also have some questions about the role of dynamic client registration
Joachim Van Herwegen
@joachimvh
I just realized that you might be talking about the OIDC PR and not a CSS PR, in that case there is also a specific gitter channel for that: https://gitter.im/solid/authentication-panel
Leif Johansson
@leifj
ah! that sounds more like it :-)
elf Pavlik
@elf-pavlik

I just realized that you might be talking about the OIDC PR and not a CSS PR, in that case there is also a specific gitter channel for that: https://gitter.im/solid/authentication-panel

:+1:

Aaron Coburn
@acoburn
Do you all have a rough estimate on when the CSS 3.0 will be released?
Ruben Verborgh
@RubenVerborgh
Early Feb is what we're aiming for.
Aaron Coburn
@acoburn
Thank you!
Kushal Das
@kushaldas
Is there any documentation explaining how to setup a community server against some external IDP?
Joachim Van Herwegen
@joachimvh
what specifically do you want to setup? When registering an account you can use a WebID from an external source
besides that the server will contact the correct IDP bases on the access token it receives during a request
Randy Le
@dynamoRando
quick question, apologies if this is the wrong place for it. I'm tooling around with the community-solid-server running in memory mode so I can get an understanding of how it works. I'm trying to build a demo front end, and I guess I need to use dynamic client registration. I'm getting a CREATED response back, however, I guess I was expecting some data in the body to give me my client_id, etc back, but I'm getting nothing. Is there anyone who has run into this before?
currently running 2.0.1
Joachim Van Herwegen
@joachimvh
I can't give you exact information on what might be going wrong, but the server is tested with the solid authentication client so perhaps you can have a look into that? https://github.com/inrupt/solid-client-authn-js
Randy Le
@dynamoRando
So I figured this out, I wasn't paying attention and was trying to do dynamic client registration at the root instead of at /idp/reg. Strangely still got a 201 CREATED back though.
Randy Le
@dynamoRando
Is there any way to get any more information on what specifically is wrong if the server is returning "invalid_grant"? I understand that this is an OpenId response, but I'm definitely not sure why it's being returned.
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Matthias Evering
@ewingson
1978 accounts on solidweb.org(NSS), 24 on solidweb.me (CSS)