[foaf-protocols] London Intenenet Identity Workshop

Kingsley Idehen kidehen at openlinksw.com
Wed Sep 22 13:54:50 CEST 2010


  On 9/22/10 6:35 AM, Henry Story wrote:
> Hello folks,
>
> we should definitely try to go to the London Internet Identity Workshop,
> on Oct. 11th.
>   http://www.internetidentityworkshop.com/iiw-europe-london-october-11th/
>
> This is followed by the RSA conference
> http://www.rsaconference.com/2010/europe/index.htm in London the same week
>
> If enough are going, we could even use this as a pretext for a meetup.
>

Are collating an event list anywhere?

You can make Linked Data from an iCal resource via: 
http://id.myopenlink.net/ods, as I demonstrate in my shared Calendar.

Kingsley
> Henry
>
>
> Begin forwarded message:
>
>> From: Kaliya<kaliya at mac.com>
>> Date: 22 September 2010 11:13:37 CEST
>> To: Henry Story<henry.story at bblfish.net>
>> Cc: Harry Halpin<hhalpin at ibiblio.org>, Alexandre Passant<alexandre.passant at deri.org>, public-xg-socialweb at w3.org
>> Subject: Re: Social Web XG Meeting Sept 22nd: Final Report and Paul Trevithick on infocards and Higgins Project
>>
>>
>> On Sep 22, 2010, at 2:08 AM, Henry Story wrote:
>>
>>> On 22 Sep 2010, at 11:02, Kaliya wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi SWXG folks,
>>>>
>>>> I am really please to see this report coming together.
>>> Yes, it really is starting to take shape.
>>>
>>>> I think there is an opportunity to actually get together in person that we have coming up.
>>>> The Internet Identity Workshop is coming to London!
>>>>
>>>> http://www.internetidenttiyworkshop.com
>>> a few typos in the above url. Here's the London one
>>>
>>> http://www.internetidentityworkshop.com/iiw-europe-london-october-11th/
>>>
>>> Is it still possible for the WebID community to do something there?
>> YES! it is an unconference :)
>> we make the agenda the day of the event so if you guys all come you can do something :)
>>
>> I will write up something re personal data store ecosystem over the weekend. Right now I am preparing for a talk for the National Academy of Sciences in DC on Thursday about user-centric ID.
>>
>> There is a paper being written about XDI that should help a lot!!!
>>
>> -Kaliya
>>
>>
>>>
>>>> Yes we have hopped the Ocean from last month's first ever outside the Bay Area IIW in  DC last month.
>>>>
>>>> It is October 11th and I am happy if any of you (or your friends) want to attend for 30% off this is the code "SWXG"  here is registration http://iiweurope.eventbrite.com/
>>>>
>>>> Paul has attended like EVERY IIW ever - so you can ask him questions about what it is like.
>>>>
>>>> Smiles,
>>>> -Kaliya
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> <IIWEuropeTitle.jpg>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Internet Identity Workshop comes to the UK!
>>>> October 11, 2010 London
>>>> University of London, Macmillan Hall
>>>>
>>>> An Invitation to IIW Europe #1
>>>>
>>>> You are invited to attend and participate in the first Internet Identity Workshop in Europe.  IIW has been held semi-annually in California since the fall of 2005. The 10th IIW in May was the largest thus far. There have been many requests to have an IIW in Europe, and now the emerging interfederation at the European scale is providing a timely basis to have one in London.
>>>>
>>>> Registration is open; early bird prices are available now!
>>>> You can Register Here!
>>>>
>>>> Unlike other identity conferences, IIW’s focus on the use of identity management approaches based on open standards that are privacy protecting. It is a unique blend of technology and policy discussions where everyone from a diverse range of projects doing the real-work of making this vision happen are invited and included to gather and work intensively for two days. It is the best place to meet and participate with all the key people and projects such as:
>>>> 	• OpenID
>>>> 	• IMI Information Cards
>>>> 	• PV Net
>>>> 	• German ID Card
>>>> 	• Mydex
>>>> 	• UK online identity
>>>> 	• Personal Data Stores and the ecology around them
>>>> 	• Various national ID schemes
>>>> 	• Various loyalty schemes
>>>> 	• TRM Project
>>>> 	• National e-Identity Programmes
>>>> 	• European eID Interoperability Platform (STORK)
>>>> 	• Personal Data Protection and the Digital Economy
>>>> 	• NIH pilot adoption of Open Identity technologies
>>>> 	• Certification of industry open identity credentials
>>>> 	• Business models for higher LOA open identity credentials
>>>> 	• Government, Commerce and Research and Education Identities
>>>> 	• Re-engineering of multiple major services (health, benefits, pensions, tax)
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> The event has a unique format.  The agenda is created live the day of the event which allows for the discussion of key issues, projects and a lot of interactive opportunities with key industry leaders. For detailed information about IIW, the UK event, http://www.internetidentityworkshop.com/iiw-europe-london-october-11th/
>>>>
>>>> You can see proposed topics so far on the wiki - as more attendees register this list will grow http://iiw.idcommons.net/Topics_IIW-Europe-1
>>>>
>>>> We hope to see you on October 11, your thoughts, expertise and contribution to these conversations and next steps of development are crucial. To register, see who should attend this event and who has already registered click here and scroll down.
>>>>
>>>> We are polling people in the registration process to determine interest in a second day, which would happen Sunday October 10th.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> On Sep 22, 2010, at 1:42 AM, Harry Halpin wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 6:41 AM, Alexandre Passant
>>>>> <alexandre.passant at deri.org>  wrote:
>>>>>> Regrets, I'm traveling today.
>>>>>> I may have some comments on the report but I'll send to the list after the meeting / reading minutes.
>>>>> Yes, the two big decisions were in the interest of fairness to all the
>>>>> approaches, to make each standard approach take only 2 paragraphs.
>>>>> Some were a few sentences (or none) and others were 5 paragraphs. It
>>>>> was difficult shortening some and lengthening others, but I tried to
>>>>> preserve the essential content.
>>>>>
>>>>> However, we don't have a whole section on SIOC, so if you want to
>>>>> write two paragraphs on SIOC, please do!
>>>>>
>>>>>> Alex.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> On 22 Sep 2010, at 02:03, Harry Halpin wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Everyone,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> This is our next to last meeting tomorrow. I'm *almost* done
>>>>>>> fleshing out (and shortening in some sections) the Social Web final
>>>>>>> report, and I'll walk through the changes tomorrow with everyone.
>>>>>>> Also, we can all likely remember Paul Trevithick's excellent talk
>>>>>>> about digital identity earlier, and tomorrow he'll be presenting again
>>>>>>> on his work on Infocards and the Higgins Project, both of which need
>>>>>>> to be fleshed out in the final report. Agenda below - cheers, harry
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> HTML:  http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/socialweb/weekl-agenda.html
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> SWXG WG Weekly
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>   1. Convene [2]SWXG WG meeting of 2010-09-22T14:30-17:00GMT (See
>>>>>>>      your [3]local time, i.e. 16:00 London, 11:00 Boston)
>>>>>>>         + [4]Zakim teleconference bridge: Boston, USA:
>>>>>>>           [5]+1.617.761.6200 code:SWXG Nice, France:
>>>>>>>           [6]+33.4.89.06.34.99 code:SWXG Bristol, UK:
>>>>>>>           [7]+44.117.370.6152 code:SWXG ([8]zakim calendar)
>>>>>>>              o supplementary IRC chat: [9]#swxg on irc.w3.org port
>>>>>>>                6665
>>>>>>>         + chair: hhalpin
>>>>>>>         + scribe: bblfish
>>>>>>>         + roll call, comments on the agenda.
>>>>>>>         + PROPOSED: to approve minutes from [10]Sept 15th meeting.
>>>>>>>         + PROPOSED: to meet again Wed. Sept 30th (Browser as social
>>>>>>>           agent and final meeting).
>>>>>>>   2. Final Report Rough Draft The latest rough draft is on the
>>>>>>>      [11]wiki. Ideally, we reach a bare consensus, put it in HTML,
>>>>>>>      and ask all invited for comments asap.
>>>>>>>   3. Paul Trethivick on Infocards and the Higgins Project Discussion
>>>>>>>      with [12]Paul Trevithick (Azigo) to discuss [13]infocards and
>>>>>>>      the [14]Higgins Project.
>>>>>>>    _________________________________________________________
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>     [2] http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/socialweb/
>>>>>>>     [3] http://permatime.com/UTC/2010-9-22/14:30/Next_teleconference
>>>>>>>     [4] http://www.w3.org/2002/06/bridge#Zakim
>>>>>>>     [5] tel:+1.617.761.6200;postd=swxg
>>>>>>>     [6] tel:+33.4.89.06.34.99;postd=swxg
>>>>>>>     [7] tel:+44.117.370.6152;postd=swxg
>>>>>>>     [8] http://www.w3.org/Guide/1998/08/teleconference-calendar.html
>>>>>>>     [9] http://irc.w3.org:6665/sxwg
>>>>>>>    [10] http://www.w3.org/2010/09/15-swxg-minutes.html
>>>>>>>    [11] http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/socialweb/wiki/FinalReport
>>>>>>>    [12] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Trevithick
>>>>>>>    [13] http://informationcard.net/
>>>>>>>    [14] http://www.eclipse.org/higgins/
>>>>>>>
>>>>>> --
>>>>>> Dr. Alexandre Passant
>>>>>> Digital Enterprise Research Institute
>>>>>> National University of Ireland, Galway
>>>>>> :me owl:sameAs<http://apassant.net/alex>  .
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>> Social Web Architect
>>> http://bblfish.net/
>>>
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