DiSo

Developing an open, distributed social network

diso-project.org

Undertaken by Chris Messina, Steve Ivy, Will Norri...
background
CivicSpace → SpreadFirefox → Flock → Citizen Agency

BarCamp; Coworking

Microformats; OpenID; OAuth
social networking is NOT...
Source: butchgibson.org
Source: CoolMyspaceComments
Source: LayoutLounge
Source: Chris Messina
Source: Chris Messina
how it got this way...
college students

                 bands

                 professionals

        etc...


Super-nichefication
System-centric design
                 Source: Darren Barefoot
System-centric value
                  Source: Le Monde
Hyper-valuations
            Source: Mick Hagen (mickhagen.com)
users ≠ customers
users ≠ customers
users ≠ customers
users ≠ customers
users ≠ customers
users ≠ customers
from system-centric
to citizen-centric
the web citizen
the web citizen has ID
the web citizen has
provenance
the web citizen has friends
the web citizen has agency
aspects of distributed
social network...
...a few benefits...
...a few challenges...
the components
of a DiSo site
activities
Text
Digg, FriendFeed, LinkedIn, Jaiku
Text
Text
people & friends
+ identity
Text
messaging &
notifications
permissions
basecamp
viddler
imeem
plaxo pulse
flickr / yahoo mash
groups, groupings
& events
viddler
my.barackobama.com
upcoming
More on identity
identity consolidation
& rel-me
pownce
digg
mybloglog
plaxo pulse
Technologies
OpenID
http://openid.net
Microformats
http://microformats.org
OAuth
http://oauth.net
XRDS-Simple
http://oauth.net
ATOM/APP
http://atomenabled.org
Jabber/XMPP
http://jabber.org
Current status
More
http://diso-project.org

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