[foaf-protocols] WebID Implementations Table
me at farewellutopia.com
Mon Aug 23 20:31:55 CEST 2010
I also would like to see a compatibility table, mapping software proving
WebIDs to software accepting WebIDs. The table cells could have a background
color indicating if its working/not working/unknown and some text describing
On Thu, Aug 19, 2010 at 11:28 AM, Henry Story <henry.story at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 18 Aug 2010, at 20:45, Melvin Carvalho wrote:
> > Hi All
> > Was chatting to henry and since we're starting to have a few
> > now that allow WebID we were thinking about having a table of basic
> > that are implemented and putting it on the wiki.
> That's a great idea. Also everyone with an implementation should have
> access to the wiki, so that they can update changes. We can then use this to
> find more machine readable ways of publishing this and have it be more
> active, or make these claims testable and verifiable somehow too. But we
> should start somewhere.
> The table as is should be useful for helping people understand things we
> have been debating such as which formats are supported by everyone, what
> parts of the ontology (imagining we add something like support for DSA in
> addition to RSA) etc.
> > *WedID Implementations*
> > *====================
> > *
> > So far I think we have webid implementations from:
> > henry - xwiki
> I am more working on Clerezza now, but I should see if I can find someone
> at Xwiki to take on the mantle.
> > manu - payswarm
> > reto - clerezza
> > kingsley - ODS
> > melvin - foaf.me
> > timbl/joe - tabulator (client side)
> > stephane - drupal?
> > caedes -- elgg?
> > toby?
> > nathan?
> > Do you have a definitive URI for a test implementation?
> > I'm brainstorming the basic functionality (we'll add more later) -- but
> > far I have (off the top of my head):
> > *1. Basic WebID Functionality
> > ==================*======
> 0. List (or pointer to list) of URLs that can be used to test the claims
> > 1. Contains/publishes 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 (6, 7, 8 , 9)
> > 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,
> > 1-10 (TBD, but start with 5 for everything)
> Though in many cases scoring would be more 1/0 since it is a functionality
> you either have or don't. The scoring is less important as explanations
> linked to it as to quirks, details of implementation, etc...
> Some other topics to add as place holders
> - supports ping protocol
> - supports access control to friends of friends
> (some support of foaf crawling)
> - publishes access control (with pointers to how, as we are not so clear
> yet on this)
> - webId page is openid
> - shows different graphs to different social networks (something more
> subtle than just showing nothing or showing something). Perhaps public
> profile/access controlled profile idea
> > 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.
> yes. This can help us and new comers and idea of things they should
> implement to work together with all of us. It is growing the community that
> this is about.
> > The idea was to put this on a wiki page, does it seem like a reasonable
> > idea?
> To me yes :-) But perhaps there are better ideas.
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