The website will be pure XSLT, that transforms the server's XML-Answers to HTML.
The server will also provide special xsltpassthrough parameters, making it easyer for the xslt to maintain it's current state.
suggestion by Jan
To find some special timestamp for verification, there are several methods to do so:
After clicking search, you'll get as answer the search result
The search results are all displayed including a link to the timestamp details
The detailed view of a timestamp has a link to the accoring PTB.
Of course the timestamp-details also display the meta-information of the timestamped file again. This looks the same as I already showed in the search result
The PTB (Public Timestamp Block) details page contains all information neccessary to verify the Timestamps yourself.
How are these blocks connected? Read Timestamping_Introduction#Endless_Logfile .
This here shows what everybody would need to publish. (Of course not exactly this, but always the latest version :)
Of course we could make this a little smaller, and maybe provide different versions. For example we could skip the non-cryptographic hash-values (as all the smaller checksums) for magazines. Those are mostly here for easyer searching and verification. The evidence comes from the big ones :)
PTBs must all be public available for download!