I am trying to create an acl file for my own notifications directory but am running into problems. Here is what I’ve done:
- Created a directory
/public/notifications/which I want to use for holding notifications.
- I tried sending various
solid.auth.fetchbut I’m having no luck. I’ve tried playing around with the Content-Type by setting it to
text/turtle, `text/plain’, and leaving it empty, but each of these append a file extension which I don’t want. I checked the node implementation and it looks up the mime-type for a file, but since there is no mime-type for ACL files, I’m running into this problem. Maybe there is a mime-type I can use which will force the server to forget trying to add an extension, but preserve the fact that the file is a utf-8 (or even ascii) text file
- I also tried sending a
/public/notifications/notifications.aclbut this gives me a permissions error. I think this is a bug because the error message claims I have no permissions to access this resource.
No permission to access this resource You are currently logged in as https://myaccount.solid.community/profile/card#me, but do not have permission to access https://myaccount.solid.community/public/notifications/notifications.acl.
TL;DR: How can I upload an
acl file with