... I can hear Drummond thinking, "Oh no, why is he still having these stupid
Well I found some time to write a pretty web administration interface for the
and I hope this will help give it the attention and ease-of-use it needs.
I made a publicly accessible site where it can be tried out:
xri.net/=testXRI ( www.testxri.com)
An instance of the OpenXRI server is running at resolve.testxri.com, and it is
authoritative for the following namespaces:
=sigma and =omega are local synonyms, which the OpenXRI server is by now able
to treat correctly.
Since @free and @on-line are also synonyms, this results in some interesting
If you do a "traceroute" on @free*alpha*test, you will see that two different
OpenXRI server instances are involved.
You can do everything on that site, add/delete authorities, subsegments,
service endpoints, refs, etc. (Please do not delete anything)
It's basically a low-level version of @freeXRI, without i-services.
It should also give a good impression of how the OpenXRI server works
internally. Any feedback is welcome!!
@freeXRI / freexri.com / try free i-names
=testXRI / testxri.com / an XRI sandbox