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Overview on open data portability and identity standards - the speech was held in German (but the slide notes at the bottom are in English)

Overview on open data portability and identity standards - the speech was held in German (but the slide notes at the bottom are in English)

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    Dataportability & Digital Identity Dataportability & Digital Identity Presentation Transcript

    • Digitale Identität & Datenportabilität im Web Cédric Hüsler /ch/open Mitgliederversammlung - Zürich - März 2008 welcome
    • ÖV • Wer fährt täglich mit ÖV? • Nicht immer die gleiche Strecke? • Wo schaut ihr die Verbindung nach? questions on use of public transport
    • swisstrains.ch Photo: Reto Fetz use of public transport data other than intended by the operator - showing a visualization of the rains in real-time
    • show travel time maps - like on http://www.mysociety.org/2006/travel-time-maps/ - an experiment from the local.ch labs to answer local search based on public transport distance.
    • http://leumund.ch/2008/business/ohne-tram-nichts-los/ the importance of open data - my case for public transport - people expect good integration and mash-up-ability (=getting more people using public transport)
    • Photo: Craig Allan there is not public API to public transport data in switzerland - nether it is easy to integrate the online timetable at sbb.ch into another website/blog/mail... making these data better availabe would create a ecosystem of innovative solution that ultimately push for better use of public transport.
    • http://data.un.org/ Photo: Foreign and Commonwealth Office The UN is doing it better - they provide a central portal to get open data from various places inside the organization. The user can choose different formats to reuse the data. Missing is a live API to get the data (e.g. for mash-up)
    • RSS Really Simple Syndication OPML Outline Processor Markup Language Two standards that are established in the data syndication arena - explaining history and current use of RSS/Atom and OPML. If data needs to be provided to an unknown receiver - we should always check if we can use well known open standards as base - that makes the integration easier on the receiving end.
    • Photo: cambiodefractal and the end of the data - it’s all about personal productivity - we (as human) need to juggling a lot of tasks.. - technology that help us to improve that has great chances to get adopted. Want to focus on personal productivity in the new few examples..
    • ICS How to get data from a website into our real-time -> calendar/address book/mobile phone... - back to public transport - showing sbb.ch example - they added ICS export last year.. a great extension - finally a semantic way reuse the data on the screen.. I used to do a photo of the screen with my mobile phone in order to reuse the data on-the- go!
    • instead of photo/ics... - we could use different encoding methodes to transport data over the screen to different device - like mobile phone - example with QR Code
    • Reuse Web Data http://tel.local.ch/ Do Microformats Demo in Firefox 3 and Operator - transport data from website to other website or desktop..
    • http://dbpedia.org http://wikipedia.aksw.org/index.php?qid=13 Show example how people try hard to extract semantics out wikipedia.
    • Microformats RDF Resource Description Framework Explain the Semantic Web “light”
    • <p class=quot;textquot;>namics ag</p> <p class=quot;textquot;>Teufenerstrasse 19</p> <p class=quot;textquot;>CH-9000 St. Gallen</p> <p class=quot;textquot;>&nbsp;</p> <p class=quot;textquot;>t +41 [0] 71 228 67 77</p> <p class=quot;textquot;>f +41 [0] 71 228 67 88</p> <p class=quot;textquot;>&nbsp;</p> <p class=quot;textquot;><a href=quot;mailto:info@na...quot;>info@na...</a> Example of hCard Microformats - showing simplicity of the technique
    • <div class=quot;vcardquot;> <p class=quot;text fn orgquot;>namics ag</p> <p class=quot;text street-addressquot;>Teufenerstrasse 19</p> <p class=quot;textquot;> <abbr class=quot;country-namequot; title=quot;Switzerlandquot;>CH</abbr>- <span class=quot;postal-codequot;>9000</span> <span class=quot;localityquot;>St. Gallen<span> </p> <p class=quot;textquot;>&nbsp;</p> <p class=quot;text telquot;> <abbr class=quot;typequot; title=quot;voicequot;>t</abbr> <span class=quot;valuequot;>+41 [0] 71 228 67 77</span> </p> <p class=quot;text telquot;> <abbr class=quot;typequot; title=quot;faxquot;>f</abbr> <span class=quot;valuequot;>+41 [0] 71 228 67 88</span> </p> <p class=quot;textquot;>&nbsp;</p> <p class=quot;textquot;><a href=quot;mailto:info@na...quot; class=quot;mailquot;>info@na...</a> </div> Example of hCard Microformats - showing simplicity of the technique
    • Photo: Demetrius González Digital Identity - we start to collect a lot of data about ourselves on the web (various websites of choice) - but these data are not connected
    • Nokia Zimbra iPod N95 Mail Server Classic Mac Book .Mac Mac Mini Pro Server @ Home Sync Adressen, Events, ... in the proprietari world - showing example of Apple iSync - it works great.. we can sync data between different systems and reuse them easily.. - but what is with the web?
    • OAuth App-to-app Authentication explain the base for data portability of privat data is authentication and security - spotlight on two standards..
    • http://www.wishlistr.com/ show an OpenID demo and explain how it works.. - SSO, decentralized, attribute exchange...
    • Disclaimer: Facebook does NOT use OAuth! Website-zu-Website Login! show use case for OAuth - get data from one website into another one.. without leaving the username and password on the site that wants the data..
    • Desktop zu Web - Beispiel: jingproject.com Disclaimer: Flickr does NOT use OAuth! show example between desktop app and website..
    • Social Graph http://socialgraph-resources.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/samples/findcontacts.html Photo: Gustavo explain the experiments to extract the social graph from the “normal” web... - using links (with Microformats)..
    • Photo: David Hogan but what about the rights? - the law? using data is always connected to what I’m allowed to do with them...
    • Original auf Flickr Weiterverwendung explain the Flickr picture reuse via Creative Commons.. - my photo that appears on two football sites...
    • CC-BY-NC-SA-2.0 showing another example - explaining the idea of creative commons..
    • CC-BY-NC-SA-2.0 showing another example - explaining the idea of creative commons..
    • Tipp http://flickr.com/search/advanced/ show the Flickr Advance search - explain how I’m search pictures for the presentations..
    • Open licenses do not stop in the web - they even find their way into very commercial spaces - like the music industry - explain the example from NIN
    • Photo: Laura Kishimoto final slide - the combinations of the data portability standards will help us to build a simpler web - and enable new innovation and personal productivity
    • Visit: dataportability.org Photo: Laura Kishimoto final slide - the combinations of the data portability standards will help us to build a simpler web - and enable new innovation and personal productivity