Actually, a general reference as to the options for the “permissions” parameter of mutable objects would be nice.
I’m still in the conceptual stage of a lot of app ideas I have. I want to have a better idea of what is and isn’t possible. A lot of them rely on the ability to create a mutable data object such that:
-Anyone can create a new key-value pair.
-No one, including myself, can delete or change the key-value pair.
-I can’t change the permissions so that I can allow myself or anyone to delete or change the key-pair.
-I can prove to the users that I’ve locked myself out in this way.
Such a structure is central to a lot of the ideas I have in order to make it a truly decentralized, authority-less app. Can I create such a structure, and would it be as durable as immutable data?