Discussing Implementation of Unique Idea Storage and Transient Memory
In this meeting, the participants discuss options for storing and transmitting unique or random ideas. They mention the possibility of storing it as a cookie, but decide against it because the idea should be random. Instead, they suggest encoding the unique idea into a string and using JSON and base64 encoding for security. They also mention the importance of keeping the unique idea transiently in memory and not storing it long-term. They discuss using a two-factor identification code for users in the middle of a process who need to retrieve the unique idea. One participant mentions a video from a previous meeting about building a forgot password flow, which may provide additional guidance on implementing the discussed principles. The meeting ends with a discussion about experimenting with music voiceovers.