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authorTorsten Grote <t@grobox.de>2020-05-22 08:31:06 -0300
committerTorsten Grote <t@grobox.de>2020-05-22 08:31:06 -0300
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Fix taler://sync Uri in sync core API section
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@@ -374,11 +374,11 @@ Synchronization user experience
The menu should include three entries for synchronization:
* "synchronize" to manually trigger synchronization,
- insensitive if no synchronization provider is available
+ insensitive if no synchronization provider is available
* "export backup configuration" to re-display (and possibly
- print) the synchronization and backup parameters (URL and
- private key), insensitive if no synchronization
- provider is available, and
+ print) the synchronization and backup parameters (URL and
+ private key), insensitive if no synchronization
+ provider is available, and
* "import backup configuration" to:
* import another devices' synchronization options
@@ -397,10 +397,10 @@ private key. It is likely better to map private keys to trustwords
(PEP-style). Also, when putting private keys into a QR code, there is
the danger of the QR code being scanned and interpreted as a "public"
URL. Thus, the QR code should use the schema
-"taler-sync://$SYNC-DOMAIN/$SYNC-PATH#private-key" where
-"$SYNC-DOMAIN" is the domainname of the synchronization service and
-$SYNC-PATH the (usually empty) path. By putting the private key after
-"#", we may succeed in disclosing the value even to eager Web-ish
+``taler://sync/$SYNC-DOMAIN/$SYNC-PATH#private-key`` where
+``$SYNC-DOMAIN`` is the domainname of the synchronization service and
+``$SYNC-PATH`` the (usually empty) path. By putting the private key after
+``#``, we may succeed in disclosing the value even to eager Web-ish
interpreters of URLs. Note that the actual synchronization service
must use the HTTPS protocol, which means we can leave out this prefix.