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Re: [DotGNU]password and walet facilities in KDE

From: Bill Lance
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]password and walet facilities in KDE
Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2001 11:00:58 -0800 (PST)

--- "Gopal.V" <address@hidden> wrote:

>       There is *no* online storage of your data. There is
> *no* 
> server verification. There is *no* vendor lock in
> application
> providers. There is no server-side application or
> provider here ;)
> --------------------

exactly  ... that's why I like the idea.

>       One thing is lacking in all this , roaming profiles
> for 
> users. (dunno if Mozilla has pw-manager with
> roaming). This 
> is what M$ has. Login from any computer and access
> all your
> passport sites from that computer without any other
> logins.
> But I think M$ has compromised a lot to keep the
> single login.

Why can't the user's own machine offer roaming access.
 In fact, I do it all the time.  Apachie runs a small
private web server that I use to access my home
network while away.  The only problem that dial-up
users have is no continuous net access.  And that can
be solved with something like UServe.    

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