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Re: [ANN] version 0.6 of DSNP

From: Adrian Thurston <thurston@complang.org>
Date: Mon, 02 May 2011 08:13:07 -0700
Message-ID: <4DBECA03.6040702@complang.org>
To: public-xg-federatedsocialweb@w3.org
Hi Elf

Rather than write libraries, I have developed most of the DSNP 
implementation in a daemon. The idea is that user interfaces (I call 
them content managers) issue commands to the DSNP daemon over a local 
socket. The command language is a simple text-base language.

The daemon will also issue notifications to the content manager when 
events occur.

So far I don't know of anyone else implementing a DSNP content manager. 
I haven't yet begun my campaign asking people to. I still have a bit 
more work to do. It is usable though ... UI developers could get it 
working. That would provide me with some early feedback on the design.

Regards,
  Adrian

On 11-05-02 04:23 AM, elf Pavlik wrote:
> Excerpts from thurston's message of Mon May 02 03:27:23 +0200 2011:
>> Version 0.6 of DSNP is now available. It is implemented by DSNPd 0.12
>> and Choice Social 0.12.
>>
>> http://www.complang.org/dsnp/
>>
>> The version nodes in redmine give the associated changes. Most of the documented changes can be found on the DSNPd project.
>>
>> DSNPd 0.12:
>>
>> http://www.complang.org/redmine/versions/show/22
>>
>> Choice Social 0.12:
>>
>> http://www.complang.org/redmine/versions/show/23
>>
>> DSNP 0.6:
>>
>> http://www.complang.org/redmine/versions/show/21
>>
>> It is my intent to have a suitable version of DSNPd and good developer docs available before the conference in Berlin. I am attempting to make it as easy as possible to make a new DSNP content manager, or to adapt an existing content system to use the protocol.
>>
>> Best Regards,
>>   Adrian
>>
>
> Hi Adrian,
>
> Could you elaborate little more on interoperability of DSNP with other platforms?
>
> Myself I find crucial that various platforms can interoperate, and existing open source projects can add federation features ASAP. I guess existence of libraries for all popular programing languages matters a lot, as well as familiarity of developers with used technologies.
>
> Keep up the good work!
> elf Pavlik
>

-- 
Dr. Adrian D. Thurston
http://www.complang.org/thurston/
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