[foaf-protocols] [foaf-dev] A Flock of Twitters: Decentralized Semantic Microblogging
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Subject: Re: [foaf-protocols] [foaf-dev] A Flock of Twitters: Decentralized
On Mar 7, 2010, at 11:51 AM, Kingsley Idehen wrote:
> Story Henry wrote:
>> Jeff Sayre has a really interesting article here that covers the
>> of decentralised social networks and microblogging.
>> Now we need to find a way to make a video of this, and reduce it
>> down to 5 minutes.
>> Social Web Architect
>> foaf-dev mailing list
>> foaf-dev at lists.foaf-project.org
> We also need to finalize an online interaction that encourages
> people to attain webids. Twitter is a major vector space for such a
> pattern, we just need to iron out what the teaser would be. For
> instance, it could be something that everyone would like to see, but
> the only they can see it is if they have verifiable identity etc..
what is "verifiable identity"?
> So rather than the typical: Come join Yet Another Social Network
> (YASN), it would be closer to the Cheese Club pattern or shared
> Pictures project. Another pattern, which worked, but for some
> reason vanished was the GGG post by TimBL where the comments section
> required you to have verifiable identity (this was before FOAF+SSL
> time). I think a GGG post update or something similar would
> certainly act as vector for webid generation etc..
what is GGG?
> Kingsley Idehen President & CEO OpenLink Software Web:
> Weblog: http://www.openlinksw.com/blog/~kidehen
> Twitter/Identi.ca: kidehen
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