Re: [screen-wake-lock] editorial: Simplify the "obtain permission" algorithm. (#303)

> Return "granted" or "denied" if the permission state is set to either
> Otherwise, return "denied" if there is no user activation.
> Call the "request permission to use" algorithm from the Permissions spec
in case there is user activation.

I assume that people want to be able to call on load to start using the feature immediately if access is granted, and if not decided yet (prompt) be able to prompt given a user activation. That is now I envision this for NFC.

If the user was never asked I will show an onboarding screen and let users activate, or not.

On future launches, the user expects to be able to load the app, and then immediately start scanning tags without having to do some user interaction with their fingers.

For that to be possible, I guess we need to return "prompt" instead of denied... Otherwise sites will try to prompt again, no? Maybe they should, not sure

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