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  • Easy -- basically by support formats and standards like OpenID, OAuth, microformats, ATOM, and XMPP -- but also going both ways with the data.
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    In general, an excellent presentation. Question remains, how willing would existing networks be in participating in something like this?
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  • 1. DiSo Developing an open, distributed social network diso-project.org Undertaken by Chris Messina, Steve Ivy, Will Norris, Stephen Paul Weber et al.
  • 2. background
  • 3. CivicSpace → SpreadFirefox → Flock → Citizen Agency BarCamp; Coworking Microformats; OpenID; OAuth
  • 4. social networking is NOT...
  • 5. Source: butchgibson.org
  • 6. Source: CoolMyspaceComments
  • 7. Source: LayoutLounge
  • 8. Source: Chris Messina
  • 9. Source: Chris Messina
  • 10. how it got this way...
  • 11. college students bands professionals etc... Super-nichefication
  • 12. System-centric design Source: Darren Barefoot
  • 13. System-centric value Source: Le Monde
  • 14. Hyper-valuations Source: Mick Hagen (mickhagen.com)
  • 15. users ≠ customers
  • 16. users ≠ customers users ≠ customers
  • 17. users ≠ customers users ≠ customers users ≠ customers
  • 18. from system-centric to citizen-centric
  • 19. the web citizen
  • 20. the web citizen has ID
  • 21. the web citizen has provenance
  • 22. the web citizen has friends
  • 23. the web citizen has agency
  • 24. aspects of distributed social network...
  • 25. ...a few benefits...
  • 26. ...a few challenges...
  • 27. the components of a DiSo site
  • 28. activities
  • 29. Text
  • 30. Digg, FriendFeed, LinkedIn, Jaiku
  • 31. Text
  • 32. Text
  • 33. people & friends + identity
  • 34. Text
  • 35. messaging & notifications
  • 36. permissions
  • 37. basecamp
  • 38. viddler
  • 39. imeem
  • 40. plaxo pulse
  • 41. flickr / yahoo mash
  • 42. groups, groupings & events
  • 43. viddler
  • 44. my.barackobama.com
  • 45. upcoming
  • 46. More on identity
  • 47. identity consolidation & rel-me
  • 48. pownce
  • 49. digg
  • 50. mybloglog
  • 51. plaxo pulse
  • 52. Technologies
  • 53. OpenID http://openid.net
  • 54. Microformats http://microformats.org
  • 55. OAuth http://oauth.net
  • 56. XRDS-Simple http://oauth.net
  • 57. ATOM/APP http://atomenabled.org
  • 58. Jabber/XMPP http://jabber.org
  • 59. Current status
  • 60. More http://diso-project.org http://groups.google.com/group/diso http://diso.googlecode.com http://ma.gnolia.com/groups/diso http://flickr.com/groups/diso/
  • 61. End. Neural network images by Mark Miller

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