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Re: Call for Toics and Invited Talks for 2010!

From: Harry Halpin <hhalpin@ibiblio.org>
Date: Fri, 8 Jan 2010 17:35:10 +0000
Message-ID: <b3be92a01001080935u20b4c1c4t8bf18ca630bf01cd@mail.gmail.com>
To: Kaliya <kaliya@mac.com>
Cc: public-xg-socialweb@w3.org
Yes, we could do a session on that, and I realize we should probably
also aim for one on the Salmon Protocol [1].

[1]  http://www.salmon-protocol.org/

On Fri, Jan 8, 2010 at 5:22 PM, Kaliya <kaliya@mac.com> wrote:
> There was a lot of attention at IIW about Active Clients - building on the
> work of Information Cards etc. but transcending it
> http://iiw.idcommons.net/Active_Client_iiw9
> I know there is many a conversation going on about really putting
> energy/resources behind this in the coming year from some of the large
> companies.
> If it has not been covered it should be.
>
>
> On Jan 8, 2010, at 5:12 AM, Harry Halpin wrote:
>
> I'm thinking we should brainstorm one final round of invited talks and
>
> discussions to go through January and up till  end of February. Just
>
> to be clear, that leaves us with up to about 7 invited talks. Then, we
>
> need to really focus on the final report for March, which I think
>
> (given the use-cases, etc. etc. we should be able to piece together
>
> just fine!).
>
> I'm just brain-storming topics which we did not get to before
>
> Christmas break. I'd like people to add names and topics. Off the top
>
> of my head:
>
> 1) WRAP, OAuth, and SSL -> Probably inviting Eran Hammer-Lahav back,
>
> Luke Shepard from Facebook (who implemented WRAP in Javascript), and
>
> the editors of WRAP (Dick Hardt, Tom Allen) and some of them from
>
> OAuth (Ben Laurie comes to mind...)
>
> 2) Work on a common terminology. I know some of our Social Web XG
>
> membershave been working on this, so I'd like to devote a telecon to
>
> it ASAP.
>
> 3) XMPP, Google Wave, Opera Unite (which doesn't use XMPP, but maybe
>
> they can explain why), and other upcoming social software built on
>
> XMPP. I'm
>
> sure Peter St. Andre would be happy to weigh in, and I can e-mail
>
> folks from Opera and Google, but again, if people have personal
>
> contacts here now is the time to spread them.
>
> 4) OpenSocial, W3C Widgets, and Facebook Developer Platform - this
>
> might want to be split into two telecons. There's been quite a few
>
> e-mails about this, but we should probably just set a date and *do*
>
> it.
>
> 5) OpenID 2.0 - Realizing we never had a proper telecon about OpenID
>
> 2.0, in particular it's attribute exchange mechanism. Again, the usual
>
> cast of suspects - Chris Messina, David Recordon, Tom Allen... and the
>
> inevitable question, will there be an OpenID 3.0?
>
> 6) Micropayments - I think the OpenID foundation has a WG on this
>
> topic, and I know Doug Schepers (W3C) has been thinking about this.
>
> Not sure who else, but it should be part of the final report.
>
> 7) OpenMicroblogging and Twitter - We can invite someone from Twitter
>
> and really sit down and compare OMB to Twitter's APIs.
>
> 8) Relationship between OWF and W3C - we need to have a discussion of
>
> some proposal for some kind of mutually beneficial relationship.
>
>   OK, feel free to e-mail the whole list...I'd like to really like
>
> to decide this ASAP, time is running short!
>
>                cheers,
>
>                  harry
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