I am really pleased to share that the notes for IIW9 are available in PDF form now. All sessions also have a wiki page too. Heidi Nobantu Saul did an amazing job collecting notes and we managed to get all session notes except a very few on the last day. Highlights include: The session on […]
Internet Identity Workshop number 9 is coming up in about 10 weeks. November 3-5 (Tuesday to Thursday) in Mountain View California at the Computer History Museum. We are excited about all the developments in the industry with protocol evolution in the social web space AND larger and larger scale deployments of open identity technologies including […]
I love the Internet Identity Workshop! it is where innovative ideas are hatched, answers to hard problems are vetted and standards consensus emerges. This is just the latest in amazing collaborations that have emerged. Web Finger was covered on Tech Crunch today with this headline – Google Points At WebFinger. Your Gmail Address Could Soon […]
This is cross posted on the IIW blog . When we first started meeting (the early “seedling” meetings of community) at other people’s conferences, there were Microsoft people, Liberty Alliance/SAML people, Shibboleth implementers, user-centric folks (OpenID, LID, sxip, i-names/xri), big idea folks (Doc Searls), etc. We met for a couple of hours at a time […]
Communities don’t usually “just happen” there is idea, or vision that attracts people, and there are community organizer(s) or catalysts that proactively seek out others who share a vision and help bring a community together. Growing community, cultivating community, nurturing community, weaving community, building community, creating community – all slightly different metaphors describing this process […]
Last week it was announced that on on Friday Night at 9pm Pacific Facebook had a name space land rush. Everyone was free to pick for themselves their username that would appear in their URL. facebook.com/username I actually found this a bit surprising – remember the big debate on the Social Web TV I had […]
Today is the last day of early bird registration for the Internet Identity Workshop. No this is not an April Fools Joke either 🙂
Dale Olds impressed a lot of folks at IIW leading the session to map out all the different open source identity related code that currently exists and that would be good to have. DIDW reported today that Novelle launched Bandit. Bandit is a system of loosely-coupled components to provide consistent identity services. It implements open […]
Sorry we shifted it again the other way the Internet Identity Workshop will be October 26-27th.
There is and Identity Workshop Birds of a Feather meeting at the Open Source Convention next week on Wednesday August 3rd from 7:30pm to 8:30pm.