[foaf-protocols] WebID Implementations Table
kidehen at openlinksw.com
Thu Aug 19 00:47:19 CEST 2010
On 8/18/10 8:56 PM, Joe Presbrey wrote:
> Does an Apache module fit on the list?
> Latest demo of it is available here: http://tabulator.org/wiki/
> When you click 'Enable SSL', a 'webID-required' folder will appear in
> the Apache directory listing if you have a valid WebID.
Of course re. list addition.
> Joe Presbrey
> On Wed, Aug 18, 2010 at 2:45 PM, Melvin Carvalho
> <melvincarvalho at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi All
>> Was chatting to henry and since we're starting to have a few implementations
>> now that allow WebID we were thinking about having a table of basic features
>> that are implemented and putting it on the wiki.
>> WedID Implementations
>> So far I think we have webid implementations from:
>> henry - xwiki
>> manu - payswarm
>> reto - clerezza
>> kingsley - ODS
>> melvin - foaf.me
>> timbl/joe - tabulator (client side)
>> stephane - drupal?
>> caedes -- elgg?
>> Do you have a definitive URI for a test implementation?
>> I'm brainstorming the basic functionality (we'll add more later) -- but so
>> far I have (off the top of my head):
>> 1. Basic WebID Functionality
>> 1. Contains a FOAF profile
>> 1a Supports RDF/XML
>> 1b Supports RDFa
>> 1c Supports Other
>> 2 Can Create WebID Certifcate
>> 2a Supports Fireforx / Opera / Safari
>> 2b Supports Chrome
>> 2c Supports IE
>> 2d Certificate generation adds triples to your FOAF
>> 2e Can use multiple certificates with one account
>> 3 Can login via WebID
>> 3a Login via own generated WebID and display "hello" message
>> 3b Has ability to login via WebID issued by another party and display
>> "hello" message
>> 3c Login via another party's WebID creates account as appropriate
>> 3d Has ability to login via owl:sameAs identity
>> This is what i have so far Henry also suggested scoring each item, perhaps
>> 1-10 (TBD, but start with 5 for everything) so that we can see how we're
>> doing with basic features, then moving on to more advanced demos such as
>> pingback, access control and messaging etc., in the next phase.
>> The idea was to put this on a wiki page, does it seem like a reasonable
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