New security model for widgets, Opera 10 and network="public"
By Hans S. TømmerholtFor_d. Wednesday, January 14, 2009 1:47:58 PM
<widget network="public"> ... </widget>
This will make your widget work as intended in Opera 10, but will not affect previous versions. Older browsers will simply ignore the network attribute and give your widget access as per the existing security model. We'll update the documentation with more details as we get closer to a release of Opera 10.
Note that this affects http://widgets.opera.com. If you submit a widget to us without the network attribute, the widget will probably not work in Opera 10. Consequently, your widget will not be approved for that version, and wont show up in the lists of widgets when people browse the site.