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  • 1. Data Portability moving around your data
  • 2. Overview Its our f****** data... ● the actual data / content – the analytical data – the data of data (meta-data) – Content is never finished ●
  • 3. The audience are savvy
  • 4. Expect sharing to be implicit
  • 5. Demand rights and licences
  • 6. Will jump ship if pushed
  • 7. Have ways around your system
  • 8. The Web of Data
  • 9. A Web of Open API's?
  • 10. Chris Saad
  • 11. Standardized Data Portability is the next great frontier for the web. As users, our identity, photos, videos and other forms of personal data should be discoverable by, and shared between our chosen tools or vendors. We need a DHCP for Identity. A distributed File System for data.
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  • 13. Plumbing for the next web
  • 14. Imagine. . . Processing data from your local machine with data • on-line Chaining together services you use regularly • Automating the process so it ran at convenient • times Not requiring programming knowledge • A process that is open, extensible and sharable •
  • 15. Hot on the Horizon REST APIs are dotted all over the landscape • Web applications are opening up • Useful web services with revenue models • RSS and ATOM feeds are becoming ubiquitous • Desktop search is standard in Vista and OSX • Widgets and Gadgets are becoming useful • New projects to organise desktop meta-data •
  • 16. Opening Up the Silos
  • 17. Dataportability in Applications
  • 18. XML Configurations
  • 19. OPML for subscriptions
  • 20. APML for attention data
  • 21. Dataportability in services
  • 22. Dataportability helper apps
  • 23. Dataportability helper service
  • 24. Dataportability helper apps
  • 25. Conduit A synchronisation tool for GNOME which allows the user ● to take their emails, files, bookmarks, and any other type of personal information and synchronize that data with another computer, an on-line service, or even another electronic device. Conduit manages the synchronisation and conversion of ● data into other formats Examples ● Synchronize your tomboy notes to a file on a remote computer – Synchronize your emails to your mobile phone – Synchronize your bookmarks to delicious, gmail, or even –
  • 26. Thank you, any questions? Ian Forrester - Presentation : CC BY-NC-SA