[foaf-dev] Safelayer Semantic Web Trust Portal encourages the use of FOAF

Kingsley Idehen kidehen at openlinksw.com
Wed Sep 15 12:58:39 CEST 2010


  On 9/15/10 5:13 AM, swtp at safelayer.com wrote:
>
> Hello,
>
> Safelayer’s FOAF Manager [1] is an experimental application that uses 
> FOAF to import data from different social networks including Facebook, 
> Twitter, LinkedIn, Hi5 or Livejournal. FOAF Manager includes different 
> functionalities:
> · Automatic merging of different friend’s identities in a single FOAF 
> profile
> · Editing, managing and publishing of FOAF files
> · Importing personal data from social networks or other FOAF resources
> · Digital signing of FOAF instances
>
> Some other applications available at Safelayer Semantic Web Trust 
> Portal also use FOAF:
> · PKI Trust Center [2], which generates a FOAF profile from the data 
> contained in a digital certificate and signs it, and
> · Interidy Identity Provider [3], a provider of identity attributes 
> that allows the retrieval of information from FOAF profiles.
>
> We welcome you to experiment with these applications and give us some 
> feedback. To use all these apps it is necessary to fulfil a very 
> simple registration form [4]: only a username and a password are 
> required, in order to protect your personal data.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Ana Ballester
> Semantic Web Trust Portal
> swtp at safelayer.com
>
> [1] https://sandbox.safelayer.com/foafmanager
> [2] https://sandbox.safelayer.com/pkitrustcenter
> [3] https://sandbox.safelayer.com/interidyidp
> [4] https://sandbox.safelayer.com/swtp/register
>
>
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Ana,

Nice!

BTW - has you team looked at the WebID protocol?

Links:

1. http://esw.w3.org/Foaf%2Bssl

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OpenLink Software
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