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FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
FOAF for Social Network Portability
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FOAF for Social Network Portability

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From the Social Network Portability WebCamp @ Cork, Ireland - March 2, 2008 (co-located with BlogTalk 2008)

From the Social Network Portability WebCamp @ Cork, Ireland - March 2, 2008 (co-located with BlogTalk 2008)

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  • 1. FOAF for Social Network Portability Uldis Bojars (captsolo@gmail.com) WebCamp on Social Network Portability Cork, Ireland - March 2, 2008
  • 2. Introduction Uldis Bojārs @ DERI Galway • FOAF - topic of this talk • SIOC - what I am working on
  • 3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linked_Data
  • 4. Friend of a Friend Information about: • Person • Social Network / Relations • Groups
  • 5. Friend of a Friend Information about: • Person • Social Network / Relations • Groups (multiple) • ... and more ...
  • 6. Richer Info Needed? • RDF allows us to combine FOAF with other vocabularies • XFN, Relations vocabulary, ...
  • 7. Richer Info Needed? • RDF allows us to combine FOAF with other vocabularies • XFN, Relations vocabulary, ... RDF = Information, Concentrated
  • 8. Richer Info Needed? • An example - Morten’s FOAF profile: http://www.wasab.dk/morten/blog/archives/author/mortenf/
  • 9. Social Network Portability Components (data): • A way to identify a person (across sites) - privacy • A way to describe a social network - relations between people
  • 10. Identifying Properties • E-Mail address (private) • Hash of e-mail (semi-public) • URLs (public) • ...
  • 11. Social Network Portability Components (tools): • Tools / Services (do the actual “magic”) • Data providers - opening up social media sites • Data users / consumers
  • 12. Workflow 1. Parse FOAF data (from Site A) 2. Extract a list of friends and some data for identifying them 3. Compare this identifying data with a registry of users on Site B, report matching users
  • 13. Parsing FOAF data? Python: import RDF # using Redland Python bindings (librdf.org) m = RDF.Model() m.load('http://danbri.org/foaf.rdf')
  • 14. Finding Friends? :) SPARQL: SELECT ?person ?mbox WHERE { <danbri> foaf:knows ?person . ?person foaf:mbox ?mbox . }
  • 15. Case Study: LiveJournal • Data about a person (FOAF) - ✓ • Social network (FOAF) - ✓ • Identifying information ... Difficulty: this data (foaf:mbox_sha1sum) is spread across friends’ profiles. Must be collected together before use.
  • 16. Distributed Social Information • What about using Flickr, Twitter, ... account URLs as identifyers? - Identifying properties are only useful if other sites also knows this data - Entering all the URLs again and again?! • Describe these accounts once - Applications can get this info from your homepage (e.g., described in FOAF)
  • 17. http://apassant.net/blog/2008/01/12/one-foaf-fits-all/
  • 18. Open Questions • Who owns this information? • You should have ability to backup and reuse your social network info (you own the data!) • Privacy • ... ... ...
  • 19. Thank you! • http://wiki.foaf-project.org/FAQ • http://captsolo.net/info • #webcamp (look for more info tagged “webcamp”)

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