Project review: response sets

Nico Williams nico at
Fri Jul 13 17:57:33 EDT 2012

On Fri, Jul 13, 2012 at 4:40 PM, Dmitri Pal <dpal at> wrote:
>> Excuse my ignorance, but why are flags necessary in the context of
>> prompting the user?  You don't mean that the application should be
> s/should be/might be
>> responsible for interfacing with hardware tokens plugged into token
>> slots, do you?
> Absolutely yes.
> Application can be prompting the user or interacting with the hardware
> directly.
> SSSD is one of such applications. It can do the first and soon will be
> able to do the second.

I understand why the application has to be the one interacting with
the user.  I don't understand why the application has to be the thing
interacting with the hardware token.  What am I missing?


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