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  • "'How and why people Twitter: the role that micro-blogging plays in informal communication at work'".
  • Mz sdl-130917

    1. 1. Angus Fox Social Developers London @nuxnix This talk draws on information from but is in no way endorsed byTwitter Corporation  #justsaying
    2. 2. The first place to start is at SSL Streaming Certs API 1.0 retired Embedded Tweet Permalinks >32bit user ID’s
    3. 3.  November 4, 2013  SSL certificates - root certificate will change to VerisignG3 ▪ ▪  The certificate is already signed against theVerisign G3 root, so clients currently connecting to this domain already have the appropriate root certificates installed  More Info 
    4. 4.  Use two test accounts with large Ids:  @64Flavors (ID: 4503597479886593) and  @Overflow64 (ID: 4503599627370241).  They’ve been set up toTweet every 10 minutes, generating experimental data for both the REST and Streaming APIs
    5. 5. Headlines tell the story behind theTweet New feature for publishers using EmbeddedTweets that connects articles about the Tweet with theTweet itself. Related Headlines 
    6. 6.  If you still have not updated your app and you want people to be able to continue using it, it’s not too late! 
    7. 7. IPO announcement repercussions Continuing ‘wider’ issues IPO confirms Twitters intent Narrow use cases Potential issues for developers Old school and new school Alternatives Diaspora*
    8. 8.  Privacy  users can broadcast sensitive personal information to anyone who views their public feed.  privacy options can sometimes compromise personal information.  On centralized services, where all of the information flows through one point user information has sometimes been exposed to governments and courts without the prior consent of the user  usually through subpoenas or court orders. ▪  Security  there is potential for sensitive information to be publicized  includes information which may be subject to a superinjunction  Integration  Corporate and government culture needs to change to recognise the change already in place in interpersonal culture
    9. 9.  Consumption of information about people or brands which post updates onTwitter  Interacting with brands as a kind of support network  A brand and celebrity ghetto  The odd spark of live events
    10. 10.  No open development partner program  No Transparency on the monetization strategy for twitter  Twitter cannot be assumed to be benevolent, has adopted an embrace, extend and extinguish strategy towards third parties  Expect charges and fees  Expect less user data privacy  No Service Level Agreement for uptime, feeds  No community code of conduct  No community governance process to twitter API  No community process to innovations in twitter technogies  No Independent adjudication for twitter id disputes
    11. 11. OLD SCHOOL  Instant messaging  IRC  Email?  Text messages? / iMessage / BBM  Google  Facebook  Linked-In NEW SCHOOL  APP.NET  Diaspora    Enterprise social software  Connections  Jive  SharePoint
    12. 12. Your Passport to Great Applications
    13. 13.  makes building social apps easier  Out of the box social platform and API  A framework of built-in functionality ▪ user profiles ▪ following/follower ▪ public and private messaging ▪ content streams ▪ sharing for video, audio, and images ▪ Geolocation  App Directory  One ID, sustainable platform without advertising
    14. 14. Decentralisation, Freedom, Privacy
    15. 15.  Use diaspora* as your home base to post to your profiles on other major social services. This way your friends will still be able to keep in touch with what you’re up to, even if they’re not yet on diaspora*. diaspora* currently supports cross-posting to your Facebook,Twitter, andTumblr accounts, with more to come.
    16. 16.  Activity stream  (Brand/Fan) Pages  Like button  Hashtag  Groups  Reblogging  Polling  Internet petitions
    17. 17.  Before the sponsored updates.  Before the terms of service changed.  Before data stopped being private.  Before we sold our memories.  Before we forgot our rights.  Before everything that made media  Less social and more cynical,  There was one simple idea:  Our lives are our own.  What we share and who we share it with,  Our memories, our secrets,  Our lives are our own.  That idea is important  So we’re going back to before.  And in going back to before,  We’re going forward.  Tent.Going back to forward.
    18. 18.  Tent is a protocol that puts users back in control.  Users should control the data they create, choose who can access it, and change service providers without losing their social graph.  Tent is a protocol, not a platform. Like email, anyone can build Tent apps or hostTent servers, allTent servers can talk to each other, and there is no central authority to restrict users or developers.  Tent helps you keep all your data in one place that you control.You can choose a hosting provider or run your own server. If you want to move hosts later your data and relationships come with you.  WithTent you can put data back in the hands of your users, leaving you to focus on what you're best at: designing and building applications.There is no central authority to cut off API access.You deal only with your users, directly.
    19. 19. Users Type Lifecycle Opinion Twitter 200,000,000 (Feb 13) Apache License, Version 2.0 Pre IPO Brand and Celebrity Ghetto 100,000 (March 13) Private Service Stable Developer ghetto Diaspora* 405,000 (Sept 13) AGPLv3, MIT Stable Unknown GNU Social ( Unknown GNU Affero Stable In decline Unknown BSD Preview New Adjusted in part from : d_social_networking
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