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Slides from an opening overview talk I gave at the Internet Identity Workshop.

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    A New Open Stack: Greater Than the Sum of its Parts A New Open Stack: Greater Than the Sum of its Parts Presentation Transcript

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    • A few recent days in the news…
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    • Lots of “open social web” building blocks…
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    • Portable Contacts: The missing piece
      • Effort underway to standardize:
        • contact schema
        • discovery / auth
        • common operations
      • Focused on ease & speed of adoption
        • Active involvement from large & small players
      • More info & current draft spec: http://portablecontacts.net
    • Making people data portable: it really works!
      • User signs in with an OpenID
        • Site fetches OpenID URL  looks for X-XRDS-Location
        • Site parses XRDS-Simple doc to discover available APIs
      • Site tries to access contacts API  gets a 401
        • WWW-Authenticate response header specifies OAuth
        • OAuth Discovery (via XRDS) provides OAuth endpoints
      • Site sends user though OAuth flow to grant access
        • User returns to site with authorized access token
        • Site can now access users’ contacts data via API + token
    • http:// portablecontactsdemo.janrain.com
    • http:// www.plaxo.com/pdata/testClient
    • http://code.google.com/p/jpoco/
    • http://code.google.com/p/jpoco/
    • http://code.google.com/p/jpoco/
    • http://code.google.com/p/jpoco/
    • http://code.google.com/p/jpoco/
    • So, in conclusion…
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    • http://thesocialweb.tv