[foaf-protocols] catchy logo, catchy name
mamund at yahoo.com
Sun May 16 23:40:21 CEST 2010
yep, goes like this sometimes:
"Hey, Mike! I have a FOAF, too!"
"Do you have a WebId?"
"No, I have a FOAF."
"Is it tied to a personal cert?"
"Is it an authenticated FOAF? You know, can you use it as your Id on the Web?"
"Oh, no. Can I do that now?"
Now, switch the words FOAF and WebID in the above dialog to
communicate to different group of people.
On Sun, May 16, 2010 at 17:15, Nathan <nathan at webr3.org> wrote:
> mike amundsen wrote:
>>> WebId seems good enough. It's like OpenId and has the Webbish elelment. I
>>> wonder what Seth thinks.
>> yep, it's enough. What I mean to say is that, when engaging in
>> conversations, "WebId" elicits questions and using the qualifiers I
>> offered usually pops a light bulb over people's heads. FWIW, I've also
>> used "Authenticed FOAF" and "Authenticated WebId" to get the same
>> positive reactions.
> did the mrs test (who works online, but isn't geek)
> when I say "Authenticated FOAF", or "Authenticated" or "FOAF" she looks at
> me like I just broke wind.
> when I say "Web ID" she says, "ooh what's that".
> I don't know what that means, but there it is.
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