Open-CI for beginners <ul><li>Arjan Scherpenisse Mediamatic Lab, feb 2009 </li></ul>
What is Open-CI? <ul><li>A federation of social networks
Use one account on different sites ... transparently!
Integration of different sites of the &quot;creative industry&quot;
Initially government-funded </li></ul>
History mediamatic.net ccaa.nl picnicnetwork.org
History mediamatic.net ccaa.nl picnicnetwork.org depaviljoens.nl netwerkcs.nl
History mediamatic.net ccaa.nl picnicnetwork.org depaviljoens.nl netwerkcs.nl khtt.net creativeamsterdam.nl
History Open-CI lite  sites mediamatic.net ccaa.nl picnicnetwork.org depaviljoens.nl netwerkcs.nl khtt.net creativeamsterd...
Why no existing solution? <ul><li>Because there's nothing like it! </li></ul>
What does it do? <ul><li>A network of sites which trust eachother
Search on all sites at once
Sharing of content
Login with your ... account
The other site is allowed to do stuff with your profile
Move your account to a different site </li></ul>
So, how does it all work? <ul><li>Open-CI is not  only  OpenID!
Under the hood there is a lot more: </li><ul><li>Service discovery
OpenID
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The first presentation in the "Mediamatic Night Lab" series. This presentation is about the Open-CI network and its use of open web standards to create a network of sites which are connected and feature content sharing, transparent actions and inter-site login using OpenID and OAuth.

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Open-CI for beginners

  1. 1. Open-CI for beginners <ul><li>Arjan Scherpenisse Mediamatic Lab, feb 2009 </li></ul>
  2. 2. What is Open-CI? <ul><li>A federation of social networks
  3. 3. Use one account on different sites ... transparently!
  4. 4. Integration of different sites of the &quot;creative industry&quot;
  5. 5. Initially government-funded </li></ul>
  6. 6. History mediamatic.net ccaa.nl picnicnetwork.org
  7. 7. History mediamatic.net ccaa.nl picnicnetwork.org depaviljoens.nl netwerkcs.nl
  8. 8. History mediamatic.net ccaa.nl picnicnetwork.org depaviljoens.nl netwerkcs.nl khtt.net creativeamsterdam.nl
  9. 9. History Open-CI lite sites mediamatic.net ccaa.nl picnicnetwork.org depaviljoens.nl netwerkcs.nl khtt.net creativeamsterdam.nl ikrip.nl travel.mediamatic.net
  10. 10. Why no existing solution? <ul><li>Because there's nothing like it! </li></ul>
  11. 11. What does it do? <ul><li>A network of sites which trust eachother
  12. 12. Search on all sites at once
  13. 13. Sharing of content
  14. 14. Login with your ... account
  15. 15. The other site is allowed to do stuff with your profile
  16. 16. Move your account to a different site </li></ul>
  17. 17. So, how does it all work? <ul><li>Open-CI is not only OpenID!
  18. 18. Under the hood there is a lot more: </li><ul><li>Service discovery
  19. 19. OpenID
  20. 20. Content-sharing
  21. 21. &quot;Phone home&quot;
  22. 22. Cross-site updates
  23. 23. Profile merging/migration
  24. 24. Update notifications / messaging </li></ul></ul>
  25. 25. Logging in using OpenID <ul><li>xxx </li></ul>
  26. 26. OpenID (2)
  27. 27. OpenID (3)
  28. 28. OAuth <ul><li>Let the computer do things on your behalf
  29. 29. For example: Flickr Uploadr </li></ul>
  30. 30. OAuth (2)
  31. 31. OAuth (3)
  32. 32. Publish-Subscribe <ul><li>Change your name on mediamatic.net... … and it will be also updated on ccaa.nl!
  33. 33. How?
  34. 34. Those sites are subscribed to updates to your profile
  35. 35. (using XMPP and Atom) </li></ul>
  36. 36. What is Open-CI's future? <ul><li>More features..?! </li><ul><li>Sharing of private data
  37. 37. More data into the system (feeds, microblogs)
  38. 38. Distributing searching </li></ul><li>”Smarter” IkTags
  39. 39. Opening up to others </li><ul><li>Hyves
  40. 40. Poken </li></ul></ul>
  41. 41. (yes, poken)
  42. 42. Thanks for listening...!
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