Hi, couldn’t find explanation what exactly is Solid Pod from technical point of view. My guess is, when a Solid service/server creates a new Pod, it is:
- default LDP Basic Containers for profile, documents etc
- WebID if needed
- default WebID profile
Is there a single doc explaining this? Thank you.
May be you could find some information in the Solid-wiki for newbies
Thanks for the wiki link, that was new for me. But it didn’t contain the explanation.
Have you been to the Solid-spec
I can add a solid pod
. as an extended webId profile
. is by default a web server
. as a default ACL system
. rest API
. web hooks
and defaulting apps and UI
Yes, but no mention of pod there either.
Node-solid-server is a pod and a pod provider depending on the multiuser parameter.
All properties of the server-spec are properties of the pods.
So in case of Pod provider, Pod is this
default LDP Basic Containers for profile, documents etc
WebID if needed
default WebID profile
There is a definition of the ‘Solid Web’ on the following website: https://solidpodit.com/solid-web-defined/
There is also a description of how Solid POD Servers are best used: https://solidpodit.com/using-solid-pod-servers/
To directly answer @mikael’s question there is also a definition of an actual POD: https://solidpodit.com/solid-pod/