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Note that not all organisations were able to send representatives; however, these are some of the organisations interested in creating a federated social web.

AddThis

AddThis is a popular bookmarking and sharing widget used on over a million websites.

Automattic

Automattic is the blog software company behind WordPress.com, BuddyPress, Gravatar, PollDaddy and more.

BuddyCloud

BuddyCloud is a social location service with a variety of open-source clients for bookmarking places automatically once they've been visited previously.

Chi.mp

Chi.mp is a free domain and website service for storing your content and managing your personal identity.

Clearspring

Clearspring is a provider of social distribution services connecting online publishers and advertisers to audiences on the social web.

Cliqset

Cliqset is a stream-reading tool that amalgamates content from multiple social websites.

Cordance

Cordance is a developer and provider of digital addressing technology, enabling a layer of trusted identity and data sharing services.

Dreamwidth Studios

Dreamwidth Studios is an open-source social networking, content management and personal publishing platform that was forked from LiveJournal.

Facebook

Facebook is the world's largest social networking site with over 400 million active users.

FooCorp

FooCorp is the company behind Libre.fm, a music sharing service for freely-licensed material, and daisychain, a spatial social network.

Geoloqi

Geoloqi is an open-source website and mobile application for securely sharing location data with GPS and SMS.

Google

Google is a multinational Internet search and advertising technologies corporation.

Janrain

Janrain provides a user management platform for the social web, allowing users to navigate through multiple web properties using their signon mechanism of choice.

Microsoft

Microsoft is a multinational corporation that develops, manufactures, licenses, and supports a variety of computing products and services.

Mozilla

Mozilla is a global community of people working together since 1998 to build a better Internet.

Naver

Naver is Korea's main search portal, operated by NHN Corporation.

NUI Galway

NUI Galway is a university in Ireland that is home to DERI, the world's largest Semantic Web research institute.

Posterous

Posterous is a blogging platform that allows sites to be created by simply e-mailing content items to a single address.

Six Apart

Six Apart is the creator of the Movable Type blog system, the TypePad blog hosting service, Vox, and is the former owner of LiveJournal.

StatusNet

StatusNet are the creators of an open-source microblogging platform that powers Identica amongst other microblogging websites.

studiVZ

studiVZ is a German social networking platform for students, in particular for college and university students in Europe.

Superfeedr

Superfeedr provides real-time feed parsing in the cloud for web developers.

Tumblr

Tumblr is a publishing platform that allows sharing of posts, multimedia, etc., and enables the reblogging of interesting items.

Twitter

Twitter is a social networking and microblogging service that enables its users to send and read other user messages called tweets.

Vodafone

Vodafone is a multinational telecommunications operator that provides both landline and mobile services.

XMPP

XMPP is a standards foundation that supports the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol for presence, messaging, and real-time collaboration and communications.

Yahoo!

Yahoo! is a computer software and web search engine company founded in 1995.