> I think having some community participation in designing the Interaction
> protocol will help it to be accepted.
Absolutely. As long as I get the final veto! :-) OK, ultimately, no-
one can stop a bunch of people going off and doing what they want, and
the power of the browser builders over the W3C is an example of that.
So replace 'some' with 'plenty of'.
> Perhaps it would be possible to write object network adapters for a
> set of services (like the ones you mention)? This could kick start the
> network and give a group of developers practical experience working
> with it. .. We could start that pretty quick.
Oh yes. I've been reading 'Weaving the Web' by Tim Berners-Lee!
I see all that Semantic Web Linked Data sitting there unloved, ready
to be brought to life in interlinked JSON!
There's a lot of data in a lot of APIs that can be freed up into the
Object Net. Anyone tried ql.io
> Have you got an object network GitHub organisation set up?
Not yet. I've got a whole load of code that needs some lovin', though.
What exactly did you have in mind there?