(Introduction: I don’t know a lot of what’s going on with this topic, especially right now due to the turbulent nature of everyone/myself getting cozy and then being ripped into new territory, constantly—let alone that said coziness in the first place might not even be based on full comprehensions. Nevertheless: welcome to my post – that I, regardless, spent a lot of time on! [Still, even if I am off-center in my thinking –> that which lists ahead is some scattered, simple, new content.] )
RFCs are brilliant I’m realizing, since it’s so often that people can be proud of their idea—an idea which can be a huge step in the right direction.
…Yet, after even that, there are still more steps.
Afterward, someone else can ‘step’ in, at that point, and show their idea after creatively having come to its conclusion (which is likely based on the previous person’s step).
That said, what about " _S_ttp:// " … ?
Surely, “safe://” feels really good for all involved in the community, right now—utilizing exact mimicry, of the name for which everyone has fought a decade.
But sttp:// retains 85+% of the text/characters that people are used to, when viewing the 'net.
//** On a different note: perhaps, people obsessed with phone-like simplicity these days might not even know about _h_ttp, lol. **//
//** (Or, even weirder, somehow integrate the SAFE Network into " shttp:// " – so that, basically, every website now has “shttp://” tacked onto it. …That’s probably too conflicting, though.) (Also, at that/this point and beyond in this post, I’m probably in over my head, with my possibly insufficient knowledge; so, beware…!) **//
Furthermore, certain people maybe will crave a ‘switch’ on the browser that switches between http://, and sttp://. … (This part isn’t me being over my head. After all, ‘switches’ of convenience are as casual as anything.)
… Of course, sttp:// and http:// are two entirely different Internets. But, I can imagine opportunistic people—once the SAFE Network is basically/fully out—mirroring entire, existing clearnet websites onto their own hard drives, to host the collective data (of which these people are hopefully the original owners… but that can’t be guaranteed, that I know of—maybe not even likely, because of the Safecoin incentive…!—but I digress).
So, install the SAFE client, and enter “s” instead of “h”, and you have access to an entirely new Internet. Simple, huh? . (Everything else can be added upon that, with an add-on, etc., for even further casual atmosphere.)
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(An off-topic “Forum.Safenetwork.IO” web design bug, while I’m here: Using underscores to denote italics does not properly work when within square brackets! && Two line breaks are required for the italics to work, within the square brackets.) [Example given: Hello, world!.
[Example 2 given: Hello, world!.]
[Example 3 given: Hello, world!.]
[Example 3b given: Hello, world!.]
[Example 4 given: Hello, world!
[Example 5 given: Hello, world!.