Trusted vs Unstrusted MIME types
caillon at redhat.com
Sun Jul 8 07:46:40 PDT 2007
Thomas Leonard wrote:
> On Sat, 07 Jul 2007 16:22:19 -0400, Christopher Aillon wrote:
>> Thomas Leonard wrote:
>>> Christopher Aillon wrote:
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>>>> Why risk a .desktop file which is wrong?
>>> Both the .desktop file and the MIME information come from the
>>> application, so that doesn't help you.
>> You are correct that the desktop file and the MIME information the
>> application claims to support both come from the application. Good
>> thing for me that this thread isn't about that. :-)
> My point is, if you think that the application developer / packager will
> incorrectly state that their application is safe*, then they could just as
> easily state that the MIME type is safe too
No. I'm not talking about anything on an application level -- you're
the only one that keeps bringing that up. I'm asking for the epiphany
database (the one I posted a link in the first post in this thread) to
be imported fd.o. Applications will not be able to override this.
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