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Re: unofficial Federated Social Web meetup @ OHM2013

From: Michiel B. de Jong <anything@michielbdejong.com>
Date: Fri, 02 Aug 2013 17:55:48 +0200
To: <public-fedsocweb@w3.org>
Message-ID: <72115c4c58feea59fd99358ae7b920f5@michielbdejong.com>
small group, great discussion! :)

four answers came up to the question "What is the most important next 
step for fedsocweb?":

1) read-write web - it allows you to edit your online profile (also the 
machine-readable aspects of it) via the same http interface you use to 
view it.
2) allowing multiple URLs in one "contact" in an addressbook (eg by 
resolving owl:sameAs relations). this way, every contact can fluidly 
migrate to different SNSs by adding extra URLs and removing old ones, 
while constantly staying in contact with their friends.
3) ping notifications, both to let someone know you're now following 
them, and to let someone know you published new content
4) merging the news stream from several social networks into one, so 
that you don't miss out on part of your news stream if you check e.g. 
only 3 out of 7 SNSs where friends of you are.

the pad we used:


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