Facebook’s Online Identity War quotes me and labels IIW an advocacy group. IT IS AN INDUSTRY FORUM. Douglas MacMillan. Sorry but I am still learning “how” to talk to reporters. They don’t like to quote me as “the identity woman” and link to my blog. I “do” run the Identity Workshop with Phil and Doc […]
So there has been this whole fullry of activity on the list about pull vs. push. Guess what – XDI can do both. …oooo… I found this quote while pulling apart ancient identity commons presentations for the 2.0 version that I am presenting next week at the W3C workshop. Today on the internet html links […]
I had the opportunity to share about identity twice this week. We had an 2 hour + session at the OpenCMS Summit and then at MooseCamp. There is a lot going on in the community and a bunch of resources. Folks who have not heard about this space before they feel a bit fire hosed […]
James had this reflection about the year and it got me thinking about mine. I dido on the “One weird stressful year” I started out last year working as an Evangelist for Identity Commons 1.0. It was clear that the money was running out and I was not sure what I was going to do […]
I had a good chat with Owen Davis yesterday and we talked about what is going on with Identity Commons . The site has gone quiet while it re-organizes. This will include some existing board members resigning and adding some new ones. A new executive director will be selected too. This is great news.
The first day of OSCON05 was great. I had a meeting with a potential client for Integrative Activism in the morning went to downtown and picked up more business cards and headed to the Airport. I had an identity ‘incident’ after making it through security. I went to add minutes to my phone and some […]
There’s been considerable conversation around identity on the Internet, or what some would call grassroots identity. Providing identity services between people, websites, and organizations that may or may not have any kind of formalized relationship is a different problem than providing authentication and authorization services within a single organization. Many have argued that the lack […]
FAQ’s about LID from Johannes Ernst’s Blog – I think they apply to the work happening around XRI/XDI and Identity Commons stuff. I am going to do my part by working on doing some essays with lots of simple diagrams to explain the ecology of organizations and roles. Hopefully we can also do a short […]