Blog for developers working on/ around federated social networks
BarCamp Amsterdam III
Federating Social Networks
The technical and organizational challenges of portable social networks are daunting but the promises are great! Finally we'll be using one profile to interact with people and documents in a network of federated communities. This is the follow-up event for the Federating Social Networks workshop…
Federating Social Networks / SNES 00
Techniques and protocols to share information across the boundaries of individual websites.
A workshop where we explore methods to federate Social Networks. Subjects include publish & subscribe using XMPP and Atom Publishing Protocol, migration and consolidation of accounts and works across websites, distributed search and linking to content across websites. See also: upcoming.yahoo.com…
Federating Social Network Borrel
First exploration on how to connect social network sites. In the future it will no longer be necessary to re-create (and maintain) your profile, or make contact with friends for the 2nd, 3rd or 4th time on every new o-so-cool website; because the software will automatically do this for you.
Solving Social Network Fatigue
Social Network sites open up to applications, but how can we make the network our own again?
A social network site is a website where we share some common interest with other people. That interest can be your personal life ( Facebook ), your professional career ( LinkedIn ), your sport, your hobby, or just a single conference ( Picnic Network ). All these networks have one thing in…
White Paper — Open-CI
Open-CI is a new standard that enables social networks to work together seamlessly. By enabling interoperability Open-CI removes the waste of time and closedness currently inherent in social networking. Any party interested in implementing this standard can do so with relative ease using existing…