I am here this week at Burton Group Catalyst. The conference kicked off with a what was by all accounts good talk from John Seely Brown talking about “the New Normal”. NishantK: John Seely Brown: many of the things that made us successful in the 20th century will make us unsuccessful in the 21st century […]
First of all thanks to Cordance, Opinity and ooTao who supported me in representing them and the whole ecology of folks around Identity Commons. It was a great week with lots of fruitful networking. Jamie you are the calmest conference organizer I have ever met. Your staff was together and very helpful. Thanks! Here are […]
Burton Group‘s Catalyst Conference was great for several reasons. One of them included the fact they actually had a BOF (Birds of a Feather) session for Canadians. Last time I was in Seattle over at Kim Cameron and Adel’s house enjoying a glass of wine before dinner with Paul Trevithick, Drummond myself. Drummond was the […]
This is a summary of Bob Blakley’s talk at Burton Catalyst: Opening – Sermon on Laws Laws of Planetary Motion Kim’s Laws what happens to Identity if you make stupid or subtle mistakes Newtons Law – gravity Why things happen Introduction – Looking Back Digital Signatures A while back we decided we needed non-repudiation and […]
Dick – had a 580 slide deck done Lessig Style This is a summary of his talk: We found out about Dick’s Identity We learned a about what Identity is What I say about me What other say about me (others trust this) So, identity=reputaiton What others say about you We learned about Identity Transactions: […]
Jamie Lewis is giving a great talk here at his conference on User-Centrism Meets Polycentrism: Creating Identity Infrastructure for the Internet. One of the things that he mentioned was Identity Commons and my representation of that ecology here at the conference. He also highlighted the fact that reputation systems have a role to play. I […]
Phil Windley has some great posts covering the Identity Gang meeting on Tuesday afternoon.
This is drawn from David Temoshok’s Talk. He is the Director of Identity Policy and Management GSA Office of Government Policy Homeland security directive 12 “Policy for Common Identification Standard For Federal Employees and Contractors” – August 2004 HSPD 12 Requirements 1. Secure and reliable forms of personal identification that are: Based on sound criteria […]
Sun is doing a “Crazy Ivan” (from the Hunt for Red October) They are releasing OpenSSO– under CDDL license (they same one they did under Solaris dirived from Mozilla.) Assertions made in talk: Sun the number two contributer to open source on the planet only behind Cal Berkeley. Mmm. ok.