Great to hear that!
Thanks for replying so fast, I think now I will try to follow work on
Opensocial 2.0 much closer and hopefully get actively involved.
For now maybe I will spread this information among people working with
subject of federated networking!
Talking about XMPP I know one other project than OneSocialWeb building
aournd it: http://lorea.cc
I think inviting people from 'Federated Social Web' group to
participate also may make sense:
maybe I can do that once the new wiki you have mentioned works...
and I guess most people interested in federating know this wiki:
BTW anyone working on projects from this list follows this group at
this moment? - ping ;)
Thank you once more!
On Nov 15, 10:02 am, Paul Lindner <lind...@inuus.com
> Hi there,
> We're starting work on Opensocial 2.0 in December and want to add federated
> features where they make sense. You're not alone in recognizing that the
> need to build social tools that interoperate and federate.
> Once the new Opensocial wiki is up and running I'll start collecting the
> vision, strategy and implementation details for OpenSocial 2.0. Some ideas
> already on the table:
> * Replace OpenSocial Activities with Activity Streams
> * Add support for WebFinger, Salmon and PubSubhubbub to comply with SWAT0.
> * Deprecate or reimagine AppData
> * Standardize a way to create discoverable APIs. (like WADL, but better)
> * Consider how XMPP support might allow for Opensocial and OneSocialWeb
> Input is greatly appreciated.
> On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 12:37 AM, elf Pavlik
> > Hello,
> > I just started reading 1.0 specs, and I would like to ask if someone
> > can share some insights with me on a state of support for federated
> > networking? I've read some opinions that OpenSocial specifications
> > give more emphasis to walled garden social networks. Myself I feel
> > interested in using it with distributed/federated social networks.
> > I would appreciate any comments on:
> > * using webfinger to identify friends?
> > * WebID / FOAF+SSL
> > * limitations of current spec in this field?
> > Thank You,
> > elf Pavlik
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