In my understanding Solid is well thought for sharing and controlling PRIVAT/PERSONAL data. I am developing a collaborative web platform for decentralized organisations (DAOs or as we call them “DEIO” for Decentralized Ethical Impact Organizations) and I am asking me how are COLLECTIVE data managed/stored/adminitrated with solid.
- Does it exist collective pods belonging to an organisation, or a sub-group of this organisation?
- How to define hierarchical pod relationships? (I mean one collective child pod would have one collective parent pod)
- How are permissions and admin rights managed?
Thank you for your thoughts!
I’m not entirely sure, but it looks like trinPod does something related.
They have a hierarchical management of different pods, as organizations, groups, people, etc. They want to represent “digital twins” (of real-world entities, incl. organizational structures) .
You might be interested in a blog post I wrote about using Solid for organizational pods - Modeling the Social Benefit of Organizations.
Your web platform could access to multiple PODs (if authorized). Your platform can save its data to a POD managed by multiple users.
You can check SOLID-OIDC for authentication and Web Access Control (WAC) for authorization.
This COD use case (Collective Online Dataspace as the Virtual Assembly calls it) does not need a particular form of POD but a particular platform implementation following the SOLID specification.
Hi, what does Ethical Impact Organizations mean? Are you spreading memes to influence the society?
Hi @linonetwo , DEIOs are DAOs with specific governance, intentions and processes, here the singularities are explained here (only in french at the moment, sorry for that) PlaceLibre