Monday, September 03, 2007

"Bonjour/Zeroconf/DNS-SD bookmarks"... totally a misnomer. They don't let you share lists of bookmarks within a network (which is what I want to do), but rather, it is a list of all of the web servers advertised via Zeroconf in a particular network. Just needed to get that out.


victor said...

So who said anything about sharing?? Zeroconf is all about advertising, in the same manner in which you can discover URL's you can advertise them as well. And you don't need a browser to do that, a simple command line application would do.

Mark said...

I'm not sure what you're getting at. In my mind, Zeroconf bookmarks would be advertising that X computer is sharing a set of bookmarks over the network (i.e., local, decentralized, social bookmarking), as opposed to merely a list of the Zeroconf-advertised web servers on the network.