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Things we're not doing

From: Philippe Le Hegaret <plh@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 23 Jul 2010 10:54:02 -0400
To: public-vision-core <public-vision-core@w3.org>
Message-ID: <1279896842.2009.44.camel@chacal>
There are plenty of things that we're doing and some individuals believe
we should tackle or might become interesting. I'd like us to think about
which of those (feel to extend this raw list) things we believe we need
to go after.

Privacy
  W3C Workshop on Privacy for Advanced Web APIs 
    http://www.w3.org/2010/api-privacy-ws/
    papers at http://www.w3.org/2010/api-privacy-ws/papers.html

Access Control and Policy

Data and Query server discovery
  With RDF data and SparQL servers out there, how do an application know
where to find them and what to find in them?

Federated query servers
  Combining SparQL queries across servers.

Web Identity
  Open ID, Facebook Connect, Infocard, OAuth, XAuth, Web ID (foaf+ssl),
Web finger, european ID system, Higgins, Kantara

Trust

Read-Write Web

HTTP and P2P

Cross browser bookmarking
 With users having several devices, they're managing their bookmarks in
the cloud. This seems a special case of Web Identity and Cloud
Computing.

Browser extensions
  Mozilla and Chrome have browser extensions. Should we try to unify
them?

Cloud computing
 Besides making the Web a platform for data, document, and application,
are there other uses in cloud computing we should look into? Cloud
management seems to be handle using the SOAP stack, which seems to get
outside our Core area imho. Data exchange between clouds seems vertical.

Social Networking
 Besides making the Web a platform for data, document, and application,
are there other uses in cloud computing we should look into?

Adaptative HTTP Streaming
 Apple is moving in this area at the IETF. Not clear if they're looking
to standardize anything.
  http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-pantos-http-live-streaming-04


Philippe
Received on Friday, 23 July 2010 14:54:04 UTC

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