Online hangouts of various OCaps thinking people.
Mark S. Miller writes: > Paraphrasing: > > *An object-capability is one that, by virtue of holding it, you can do > certain things with the designated resource.* > > *A reference-capability is one that, by virtue of holding it, you know > limits on what others can do with the designated resource.* > > I like that. I completely forgot that "reference capability" has a specific definition. Though "reference capability" does not intuitively give me the expectation that this is what a reference capability will mean, especially in contrast to "object capability.