[Bug 263955] handbook/ports: serving poudriere packages privately

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Date: Fri, 20 May 2022 09:34:26 UTC

--- Comment #2 from Jonathan Vasquez <jon@xyinn.org> ---
Hey PauAmma,

Thanks for that. I've always learned "file://" as being a protocol. You are
right in that it's not a network protocol, but it is still a protocol on that
it's the way in which you will be communicating. file:// could be communicating
over the network (if you have a mounted network drive - but that's more of an
OS abstraction). We could also call it a URI scheme or scheme for short if more
comfortable. Here are some references of people calling it protocol as well on
both UNIX and Windows worlds (where in Windows it's coming directly from




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