[foaf-protocols] Some basic questions prior to development ?
melvincarvalho at gmail.com
Mon May 17 20:47:33 CEST 2010
2010/5/17 Seth Russell <russell.seth at gmail.com>
> I did manage to implement your Identity Provider pretty easily. You can
> start my simple application at:
> Do, please try it out and give me feedback. It will email me your spin
> but since my payoff is tied to the email i would have dispatched to you, and
> your service does not give me your email address, I can't yet put the payoff
> coupon in your shopping cart yet. Which brings me back to basic questions:
> - How can a web developer easily get information from the customer's
> - If all the information in the profile is public, and it sure seems to
> me that it is, why would you expect that everyone wants to publish their
> emails, names, and address for all the world to see?
> - Is there a service now that will allow me to add information to my
> profile now in a user friendly manner which does not assuming that i know
> how to write RDF?
> - Is there a URL to my profile that shows my picture which i can
> publish in my emails? The one below goes to a RDF document which is very
> unfriendly to non-geeks.
> PS: I do like WebId and the logo much better than foaf+ssl which is
> totally too geeky for to ever catch on :)
Very nice, I won a prize! :)
What language did you program it in?
> Seth Russell
> Alpha testing: tagtalking.net
> Facebook ing: facebook.com/russell.seth
> Twitter ing: twitter.com/SethRussell
> Blogging: fastblogit.com/seth/
> Catalog selling: www.speaktomecatalog.com
> Google profile: google.com/profiles/russell.seth
> On Fri, May 14, 2010 at 11:28 AM, Story Henry <henry.story at bblfish.net>wrote:
>> On 14 May 2010, at 18:57, Seth Russell wrote:
>> >> FOAF is supported by google and there's at least one bridge to twitter
>> > http://semantictweet.com/
>> > Wow! I am truly impressed with how much information that provides.
>> > big question: if people use that information and write in their foaf
>> > profiles that they foaf:knows me as
>> http://semantictweet/SethRussell#me but
>> > i am accumulating information about myself in my own profile where i
>> > consider myself to be http://foaf.me/seth#me won't we all get just a
>> > bit confused?
>> That's a bit like the web is today. You have a Facebook profile, and
>> perhaps a
>> linkedin one, then other services on the web create a service to extract
>> the data
>> and they publish it somwhere else. The difference is that most of your
>> friends will be linking to http://foaf.me/seth#me because that is the one
>> you give out on a business card, or append to your emails.
>> I think of semantictweet as a demo of what twitter could be doing if they
>> wanted to. Indenti.ca produces its own foaf so there is no need for
>> > Shouldn't you have some way in your tool to ask me not only
>> > who i am to twitter but where i consider my official profile to reside?
>> As I said above, that is the one that you put in your emails.
>> Also when people link to it, they get to go to your parties. I think we'll
>> see how this evolves in a pragmatic way.
>> > Is there, or can there be such a tool for facebook? For Google?
>> Yes, they would just need to follow the procedure indicated here
>> > How are
>> > all of these different foaf identities of me ever going to ever get
>> You can link them in various ways. One way would be to
>> <http://www.facebook.com/russell.seth#me> owl:sameAs googleseth:me .
>> from one account to the other.
>> We can start looking into that as soon as we have enough apps so that the
>> problem becomes more practical. There are a number of solutions to this
>> Hope this helps,
>> PS. Don't forget to send us a pointer to your app!
>> > Seth Russell
>> > Alpha testing: tagtalking.net
>> > Facebook ing: facebook.com/russell.seth
>> > Twitter ing: twitter.com/SethRussell
>> > Blogging: fastblogit.com/seth/
>> > Catalog selling: www.speaktomecatalog.com
>> > Google profile: google.com/profiles/russell.seth
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