Thank you Dan and Diana for your support since day one, and for all your
efforts in maintaining and growing this project over the last year !
Onesocialweb was an awesome thing to build and I hope it helped a bit the
#fsw community in sharing our vision of a user experience and technology
The key thing we demonstrated is that a consistent user experience is
possible, even across a federated environment. In onesocialweb, the user
does never see or feel the edges of the federation, everything is happening
in his client, in a consistent way. It does not matter if the users you are
interacting with are 'local' or 'remote'. It does not matter what client and
server are used on the other side. It just works. You are never forced to
jump from one user experience to another as you hop from one node to the
There are many other exciting initiatives in the XMPP Social world
(buddycloud, jappix, process one,...), I remain convinced that XMPP can
bring value to the #fsw (at least on the S2S federation side of things).
Good luck to you all !
On Wednesday, June 22, 2011 10:22:15 PM UTC+2, Luca Faggioli (Openliven)