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== What's New? ==
== What's New? ==
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[https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bw0VXJKBgYPMS0J2VGIyWWlocms/edit?usp=sharing "Computer Security as the Future of Law"] - talk by Mark Miller at the 1997 Extro 3 Conference.
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[http://www.michaelcovel.com/2014/06/16/ep-248-mark-miller-interview-with-michael-covel-on-trend-following-radio-jun-17-2014/ Interview with Mark Miller] - about Smart Contracts, Prediction, Singularities, and more.
[http://www.erights.org/talks/index.html#google-abac Google Techtalk series on ABAC]  - Authorization Based Access Control.
[http://www.erights.org/talks/index.html#google-abac Google Techtalk series on ABAC]  - Authorization Based Access Control.
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[http://research.google.com/pubs/pub40673.html Distributed Electronic Rights in JavaScript] - paper for [http://www.ccs.neu.edu/esop2013/ ESOP'13] Keynote.
[[Future research topics]]
[[Future research topics]]
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[http://www.eros-os.org/pipermail/cap-talk/ cap-talk mailing list] - discussion of general issues regarding capability security.
[http://www.eros-os.org/pipermail/cap-talk/ cap-talk mailing list] - discussion of general issues regarding capability security.
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[http://ircbrowse.com/cdates.html?channel=erights #erights IRC channel] - On the [http://www.mibbit.com/?server=irc.freenode.net&channel=%23erights #erights] IRC channel at irc.freenode.net, you can talk to a running instance of '''''E ''''' as well as elang-ers online. Try saying "? 2+3".
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[http://ircbrowse.com/cdates.html?channel=erights #erights IRC channel] - On the [http://www.mibbit.com/?server=irc.freenode.net&amp;channel=%23erights #erights] IRC channel at irc.freenode.net, you can talk to a running instance of '''''E ''''' as well as elang-ers online. Try saying &quot;? 2+3&quot;.
[[Whiteboards]] - Discussion of ideas and other works in progress.
[[Whiteboards]] - Discussion of ideas and other works in progress.

Latest revision as of 17:01, 19 June 2014

Welcome to the ERights.org wiki.

E is an object-capability programming language and platform for writing distributed, secure, and robust software. This wiki is about E and the larger subject of capability-based security.

Contents

Getting Started

Getting Started - Tips for E newbies

What's New?

"Computer Security as the Future of Law" - talk by Mark Miller at the 1997 Extro 3 Conference.

Interview with Mark Miller - about Smart Contracts, Prediction, Singularities, and more.

Google Techtalk series on ABAC - Authorization Based Access Control.

Distributed Electronic Rights in JavaScript - paper for ESOP'13 Keynote.

Future research topics

Documentation

Downloads

  • Releases - ready-to-install versions of E.

Applications

Community

e-lang mailing list - discussion of E and other capability languages.

cap-talk mailing list - discussion of general issues regarding capability security.

#erights IRC channel - On the #erights IRC channel at irc.freenode.net, you can talk to a running instance of E as well as elang-ers online. Try saying "? 2+3".

Whiteboards - Discussion of ideas and other works in progress.

Development

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