The Federated Social Web is a wiki for people working on federated social web software and protocols.
Please join the new (January 2012) W3C Federated Social Web Community Group ! Some links and information on this Wiki need to be updated.
It was originally made to support the Federated Social Web Summit 2010 as well as future summits like the Federated Social Web Europe 2011 and future collaborations. The group is a grassroots initiative, and now is a public and open to all the W3C Incubator Group for experimental work.
Read our Mission to understand the goals of the group.
- The case for individuals
- The case for business
- The case for developers
- The case for government
- The case for academia
- Fosdem 2012 (Brussels 4-5 Feb 2012)
- participation doodle
- suggested rooms (Jabber/XMPP, Graph Processing)
- 2012-06-30...2012-07-01: IndieWebCamp 2012 at Portland, Oregon. http://indiewebcamp.com/2012
- 2012-09-09: IndieWebCampUK 2012 at The Skiff, Brighton, England. http://indiewebcamp.com/2012/UK
- 2012-10-26 Federated Social Web Summit 2012 at Say Media in San Francisco, California, USA. http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/federatedsocialweb/wiki/Federated_Social_Web_Summit_2012
- W3C TPAC Federated Social Web Gathering Nov 2nd Agenda
- Federated Social Web Europe 2011 June 3-5 2011, Berlin
- 2011-06-27...2011-06-28: IndieWebCamp 2011 at Portland, Oregon. http://indiewebcamp.com/2011
- Federated Social Web Summit 2010, Portland
- Active Group Participants
- Organizations represented by group participants
- planet.federatedsocialweb.org (merged FSW activities)
- Federated Social Web W3C Public Listserv
- federated-social-web Google group migrating to W3C Listserv above
- SWAT0 Compliance Test by 2010-09-30. Is your federated social web system listed in the results?
- SWAT1 Use-cases