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Re: Linked Data Business Models?

From: Kingsley Idehen <kidehen@openlinksw.com>
Date: Wed, 01 Aug 2012 07:19:09 -0400
Message-ID: <501910AD.4000408@openlinksw.com>
To: public-lod@w3.org
On 8/1/12 5:15 AM, Christophe Guéret wrote:
>
>>     Why should it not be as easy to deploy to 'The Web'
>     Great point!
>
> A cool idea indeed!
>
>     A webby application store driven by the likes of GoodRelations,
>     FOAF Profiles, SIOC data spaces, WebID ACLs, and Payswarm is
>     something that's missing re. poweful Linked Data showcase outside
>     the realms of dataset publishing. Imagine if developers could
>     produce Linked Data apps for desktops, notebooks, tables, and
>     phones that were easy to discover, courtesy of the kind of
>     serendipity inherent in Web-scale Linked Data meshes. Basically,
>     you end up with something as simple as:
>
>     Developer Activity:
>
>     1. write app
>     2. describe app -- using something as simple as a turtle document
>     3. deploy app to a Web location -- e.g., dropbox or an ftp location
>     4. ACL protect access to the app via WebID
>     5. use WebID watermarked X.509 certificate as the license file
>     which enforces terms of use
>
> +1
>
>     6. announce app via a Tweet, G+, Facebook, LinkedIn post.
>
> Could we just replace that by "announce to the Web" as well?
> using a distributed social networking platform featuring the same 
> standard goodness and openness as the rest of the Web ;-)
>
> Christophe
>
>
>
Of course!

Well spotted :-)

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