DiSo & The Open Web

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DiSo & The Open Web

  1. 1. DiSo & The Open WebDiSo is an open, distributed social networkdiso-project.orgUndertaken by Chris Messina, Steve Ivy, Will Norris,Stephen Paul Weber et al.
  2. 2. Background
  3. 3. EmploymentCommunity Projects Site-specific browsersStandards & Protocols 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
  4. 4. CivicSpaceA network of grassroots organizing sites
  5. 5. Spread FirefoxA vast collective of volunteer marketers
  6. 6. BarCampA decentralized community of unstructured event participants
  7. 7. FlockA browser for the distributed social web
  8. 8. CoworkingA loose network of shared workspaces
  9. 9. Spot the trend?
  10. 10. The Starfish and the SpiderThe Unstoppable Power of Leaderless Organizations
  11. 11. Social networkingroutines...
  12. 12. ConsumingParticipating Source: groundswell.forrester.com
  13. 13. Adding friends
  14. 14. Inviting friends (anti-pattern)
  15. 15. Inviting friends (anti-pattern)
  16. 16. Inviting friends (the righter way!)
  17. 17. Sending messages within networks
  18. 18. Seeing what friends are up to
  19. 19. Deciding who can see and do what
  20. 20. Adding apps
  21. 21. Fighting app spam!
  22. 22. How we got here
  23. 23. bands college students professionalsAll about the niches bitches!
  24. 24. everyone! everyone! everyone! (who works)Then niche sites traded focus to serve “everyone” :(
  25. 25. System-centricdesign
  26. 26. System-centricvalue
  27. 27. Source: Le Monde
  28. 28. Source: Mick Hagen (mickhagen.com)
  29. 29. Users are not thesame thing ascustomers!
  30. 30. From system-centricto citizen-centric
  31. 31. the web citizen
  32. 32. the web citizenhas ID
  33. 33. the web citizenhas provenance
  34. 34. the web citizenhas friends
  35. 35. the web citizenhas enemies
  36. 36. the web citizenhas agency
  37. 37. Components of theDiSo model
  38. 38. Activities
  39. 39. Source: http://adactio.com/extras/stream/
  40. 40. Source: http://friendfeed.com
  41. 41. Source: http://davidrecordon.com
  42. 42. People, friends &identity
  43. 43. Identity consolidation
  44. 44. Digg
  45. 45. Pownce
  46. 46. MyBlogLog
  47. 47. FriendFeed
  48. 48. Messaging &notifications
  49. 49. bacn!“Email you want, but not right now.”
  50. 50. Permissions
  51. 51. Basecamp
  52. 52. Plaxo Pulse
  53. 53. Flickr & Yahoo! Mash
  54. 54. Fire Eagle & Dopplr
  55. 55. Groupings
  56. 56. Viddler
  57. 57. barackobama.com
  58. 58. Upcoming
  59. 59. DiSo Technologies
  60. 60. ATOM +microformatshttp://atomenabled.org/http://microformats.org/
  61. 61. XFN
  62. 62. • me • child• contact • parent• acquaintance • sibling• friend • spouse• met • kin• co-worker • muse• colleague • crush• co-resident • date• neighbor • sweetheart
  63. 63. • me • child• contact • parent• acquaintance • sibling• friend • spouse• met • kin• co-worker • muse• colleague • crush• co-resident • date• neighbor • sweetheart
  64. 64. rel-merel-contact
  65. 65. OpenIDhttp://openid.net/
  66. 66. OAuthhttp://oauth.net/
  67. 67. XRDS-Simplehttp://xrds-simple.net/
  68. 68. XMPP / Jabber
  69. 69. Status
  70. 70. diso.googlecode.com• oauth• wp-diso-actionstream• wp-diso-contactlist• wp-diso-profile• wp-openid• wp-xmpp
  71. 71. A note about design
  72. 72. DiSo & the Open Web
  73. 73. Morehttp://diso-project.orghttp://groups.google.com/group/disohttp://diso.googlecode.comhttp://ma.gnolia.com/groups/disohttp://flickr.com/groups/disohttp://slideshare.net/group/diso
  74. 74. Mehttp://factoryjoe.comhttp://twitter.com/factoryjoehttp://flickr.com/photos/factoryjoehttp://citizenagency.com
  75. 75. End.Neural network images by Mark Miller

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