Recent content by Simon9

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    Enterprise usage

    I see your point. I've not fully given up on the idea of enabling IT support (or inheritance-related escrow or such) that could need a way to either cancel my SQRL identity if it's clear it has been stolen, or have a way to rekey my identity if I lose it. As long as I can lose my SQRL...
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    Enterprise usage

    I know of enterprises moving away from LDAP. They're typically married to AD so tightly it must be kept somewhere in the mix. But maybe SQRL can offer better security, avoid having users type SMS codes, and keep the revoke and rekeying keys in a central heavily protected environment. Then the...
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    SQRL Foundation

    This https://www.secopshub.com/t/corporate-password-manager-recommendation/697 is an instance of the forum-chat-mix software I wanted to recommend. And a relevant topic for SQRL fans. If there only was a simple to understand webpage that explained SQRL so the SecOps people would care to read and...
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    github.com/sqrldev

    So I offer my help @Jeffa and @TechLiam if you're the first two to make efforts here. Do you have some specific ideas or needs what should be next in standardizing? Any issue trackers, maybe set up some milestones too?
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    github.com/sqrldev

    @sesam from github here. I'd like to help especially if we can get the docs and specs into a git space, where we can have an Issue tracker for any needs and suggestions for keeping the PDFs (or their source documents) and RFCs or similar things updated to match what's actually in use. That, and...
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    SQRL Foundation

    A disadvantage with self hosted forums is the limited reach. This thread? I discovered it only because it was mentioned in kalaspuffar's git repo that I subscribe to. If we dare to have a public open chat-forum-space on the website that could be leveraged also to get more search engine...
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    SQRL Foundation

    As for participation, I think I'm most useful to the Foundation (and in extension anyone we want to get on-boarded to use SQRL) initially by collecting and collating people and projects. - I'm looking to get things done and I need not have my name listed. kalaspuffar might recognize this in me...
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    SQRL Foundation

    Wonderful initiative! I look to mimblewimble/{grin, docs, explorer, ...} as inspiration. That community, which I've participated in, started with just a mail list, but chat and forums worked out best for talking. And the git organization worked to get things done. Different people flocked to...
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    Play Store description - call for suggestions

    Google's best-practices for Play Store listings are not as simple as possible. Apples rules are even tougher. My guess is we can't know where users will read about SQRL the first time, and I think we better use every channel possible for evangelising and explaining SQRL. I also think Steve's...
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    Play Store description - call for suggestions

    Another variant, possibly psychologically better:
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    Play Store description - call for suggestions

    Good text alternative. Interating one step more on it: Edited for brevity, to avoid negative statements, removed programmer-targeted info about openness (programmers will by themselves find and read the SQRL website or watch a video, no content push needed). And made sure to have a call to...
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    Play Store description - call for suggestions

    Ok, challenge accepted :) I'll try to make the text a little bit shorter and sweeter. To clarify, this is a rewrite that started from the SQRL Android play store description (copied from there) and rewritten a few times to get at the core feature, talk about end-user utility rather than...
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    Play Store description - call for suggestions

    Gristle, what do you think is the purpose of the description in the Play Store? I think the correct approach and best practice is that the store descriptions adjust as well as possible to be useful and attractive to the people who encounter SQRL for their first time in the stores. That's my...
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    Play Store description - call for suggestions

    IMHO, paragraph (C) is too technical to be of any use in an app description. It goes in some "How does this all work technically?" below the fold texts. Paragraph D and E talks about SQRL allowing websites to let the user remain anonymous or not. This is 99% uo to the websites, maybe 1% up to...
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    Play Store description - call for suggestions

    Good point, it should be considered. Taking a quick read, some of it can be reused as is, some would need editing. From the linked page, I picked this segment for a start: Update: added letters to mark paragraphs