> Suppose that an entry on any filesystem could be replaced by a symlink
> which pointed to a URL, and that an appropriate handler was dispatched
> for that URL. This would allow, for example, config files to point to
> a different machine.
> Right now we can accomplish this by mounting alternative file systems
> and symlinking to them, but only if an appropriate file system has
> been written.
See podfuk, recently moved to uservfs.sourceforge.net.
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