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Federated Social Web, Arguments why to do this

  1. 1. Reinvent
with
the
power
of
the
 people
 Dipl.
Ing.
Dan
Romescu
 The
Augmented
Ci<zen
Advocate
 @dromescu

  2. 2. Natural
Organiza<on:
Spider
and
the
Starfish

  3. 3. Distributed
structures
in
nature
 Ants
colony

  4. 4. Why
to
decentralize?
•  1.
When
a)acked,
a
decentralized
organiza5on
tends
to
become
 even
more
open
and
decentralized
•  2.
It’s
easy
to
mistake
starfish
for
spiders
•  3.
An
open
system
doesn’t
have
central
intelligence;
the
 intelligence
is
spread
throughout
the
system
(
swarm
 intelligence)
•  4.
Open
systems
can
easily
mutate
.

  5. 5. Roman
Empire
vs.
A<lla
Central
System
vs.
Unions
of
tribes

  6. 6. At
the
end
were
just
ruins…

  7. 7. Federated
versus
Monolith

Poli<cal
Systems
–
Cold
war

  8. 8. More
arguments
to
decentralize
•  
The
decentralized
organiza5on
sneaks
up
on
you:
•  For
a
century,
the
recording
industry
was
owned
by
a
handful
of
corpora<ons,
and
then
a
bunch
of
hackers
altered
 the
face
of
the
industry.
We’ll
see
this
paSern
repeat
itself
across
different
sectors
and
in
different
industries
.
•  6.
As
industries
become
decentralized,
overall
profits
decrease
but
social
efficiency
is
 growing:
•  The
combined
revenues
of
the
remaining
four
[music
industry
giants]
were
25
percent
less
than
they
had
been
in
 2001.
Where
did
the
revenues
go?
Not
to
P2P
players
[Napster].
The
revenue
disappeared
.
•  7.
Put
people
into
an
open
system
and
they’ll
automa5cally
want
to
contribute:
•  People
take
great
care
in
making
the
ar<cles
objec<ve,
accurate,
and
easy
to
understand
[on
Wikipedia]
.
•  8.
When
a)acked,
centralized
organiza5ons
tend
to
become
even
more
centralized:
•  As
we
saw
in
the
case
of
the
Apaches
and
the
P2P
players,
when
aSacked
decentralized
organiza<ons
become
even
 more
decentralized.

  9. 9. Linux
–
Open
and
Decentralized

  10. 10. Microso]
with
Windows

  11. 11. The
History
of
Social
Networking
or
how
do
we
created
Social
Monoliths

  12. 12. Social
Monolith
Proper<es
•  otal
Control
 T•  o
sustainable
systems,
based
just
on
buy
 Ngrowth
•  lock
Innova<on
inside
and
outside
the
 Becosystem
•  ho
owns
at
the
end
our
the
Data?
 W•  nswer:
Facebook,
TwiSer,
Google
–
not
US
 A
  13. 13. Federated
Social
Web
•  Protocols
 •  Plaborms
 – XMPP
 •  Diaspora
 – WebID
 •  BuddyCloud
 – OpenID
 •  Elgg
 •  Drupal
 – OStatus
 •  Statusnet
 •  Crabgrass
 •  Nosferoo
 •  Social
Stream

  14. 14. FSW
Proper<es
 •  Green
Space
 •  People
engagement
 •  Sustainable
(
Linux
of
SoN
)
 •  Virtuos
cycle
of
Feedback
 Loop



  15. 15. Virtuos
Cycle
of
the
Feedback
Loop

  16. 16. The
Map
of
the
World

  17. 17. New
Social
Paradigms

  18. 18. oStatus
Suite
•  Webfinger
•  LRDD
•  Atom
•  Ac<vityStreams
•  Pubsubhubbub
•  Salmon
•  Portable
Contacts

  19. 19. •  Thank
you
very
much,
 Dan
Romescu
 • @dromescu


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