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RE: webtv-ISSUE-38 (Revised API): CableLabs Simplified Home Networking API Proposal [HOME_NETWORK_TF]

From: Russell Berkoff <r.berkoff@sisa.samsung.com>
Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2011 12:26:50 -0700
Message-ID: <C13F012EB82CF34F857044FC755E35529802FA@hermes.sisa.samsung.com>
To: "Web and TV Interest Group WG" <public-web-and-tv@w3.org>
Hello Clarke,

 

Concerning the submission.

 

1.  My understanding is that HNTF deals with requirements rather than specific implementations. ISSUE-23 deals with required support of UPnP/DLNA devices. If there is some requirement to support alternate Home-Network discovery mechanisms (such as Bonjour) I would suggest submitting a separate issue. 

2.  The proposed interfaces do not adequately deal with security and privacy on the home network. 

Even a valid Java applet can violate end-user privacy constraints. These issues must be dealt with within the User-Agent rather than in downloaded applet code. The proposed interfaces appear to violate cross-domain scripting constraints.

3.  I'm not sure there is a W3C requirement for User-Agents to provide Java (JVM) support.

 

Regards,

Russell Berkoff

Samsung

 

> -----Original Message-----

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> Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2011 1:47 PM

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> Subject: webtv-ISSUE-38 (Revised API): CableLabs Simplified Home

> Networking API Proposal [HOME_NETWORK_TF]

> 

> 

> webtv-ISSUE-38 (Revised API): CableLabs Simplified Home Networking API

> Proposal [HOME_NETWORK_TF]

> 

> http://www.w3.org/2011/webtv/track/issues/38


> 

> Raised by: Clarke Stevens

> On product: HOME_NETWORK_TF

> 

> CableLabs has revised and simplified its home networking API proposal.

> There are now two routines. One to initiate the discovery process (for

> any number of protocols) and one for sending a message with an

> associated callback function. Both routines use JSON for an extremely

> flexible way to pass parameters. Please review the proposal and provide

> feedback.

> 

> 

 

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