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Wherever a [[Web Site]]s wishes to take advantage of the benefits of belonging to a [[Federation]] it needs to be exposed in a Data Service that allows any user to ensure that the [[Web Site]] has been [[Validated]] by the [[Federation]].
 
Wherever a [[Web Site]]s wishes to take advantage of the benefits of belonging to a [[Federation]] it needs to be exposed in a Data Service that allows any user to ensure that the [[Web Site]] has been [[Validated]] by the [[Federation]].
 
==Solution==
 
==Solution==
In order that a [[Federation]] can be expose both is principles and its membership to the public a [[Federation Service]] must be maintained and [[Trust]]ed by users of the [[Federation]].
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In order that a [[Federation]] can be expose both is principles and its membership to the public some data server needs to provide information about the existing membership and their status. There are two ways to do this:
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#A list of the members and their status that can be viewed in a browser.
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#A data service that exposes the contents of the site in machine readable format.
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This page is about the later case.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 14:10, 14 August 2018

Full Title or Meme

Wherever a Web Sites wishes to take advantage of the benefits of belonging to a Federation it needs to be exposed in a Data Service that allows any user to ensure that the Web Site has been Validated by the Federation.

Solution

In order that a Federation can be expose both is principles and its membership to the public some data server needs to provide information about the existing membership and their status. There are two ways to do this:

  1. A list of the members and their status that can be viewed in a browser.
  2. A data service that exposes the contents of the site in machine readable format.

This page is about the later case.

References