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Re: Restricted storage

From: Pierre THIERRY
Subject: Re: Restricted storage
Date: Thu, 1 Jun 2006 15:20:28 +0200
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Scribit Bas Wijnen dies 30/05/2006 hora 00:52:
> > Then you break the Flexibility requirement. I don't see a valid
> > reason to do so. If you want to break a requirement, you have to
> > point out a strong need for it.
> I did, but you cut it away:
> > > I don't think it's useful to build a whole system of
> > > sub-permissions on it, because it will only result in accidental
> > > disclosure of certain parts (because the default is unrestricted.
> > > Making the default opaque would solve this, but at a much too high
> > > cost IMO).

You don't agree that default should be opacity and then think that
flexible permissions would not be so useful because they would result in
leaks. I don't think that is pointing a strong need to break
Flexibility, but YMMV.

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