W3C gratefully acknowledges AppFusions for hosting this workshop.
8 July 2013:
Deadline for position papers
for possible presentation
15th July 2013:
Program and position papers posted on the workshop website
31 July 2013:
Deadline for registration
(statement of interest required,
no participation fee)
Workshop sessions will consist of focused discussion among all participants. Level-setting presentations will be brief (10 minutes per talk, 45 minutes) and done in a panel style in order to start the discussion. The discussion will then last 45 minutes. The moderators will enforce time limits and then summarize the results at the end of each discussion.
The agenda may change shortly before the workshop in the event that a speaker does not register to attend.
Note: This agenda lists the papers' authors and, if information has been provided, the individual presenting the paper.
Wednesday August 7th, 2013
- 8:00 Registration open with breakfast and coffee.
- 8:30-9:00 Introduction and discussion of agenda, process, and goals by Harry Halpin (W3C)
- 9:00-9:30 Are social media silos holding back business results? by Dion Hinchcliffe (The Dachis Group)
- 9:30-11:00 Social Business Architecture
What is a social business? What is its overall architecture and what are the strategic impact of standards on this architecture?
- SAP and Social Business by Mark Crawford (SAP)
- An Enterprise Social Network Reference Architecture by Ed Krebs (Ford)
- Social Business Capabilities and Metrics by Don Buddenbaum (IBM) and Jeff Calusinski(IBM)
- Strategic Implications of A Social Standard for Business by Lloyd Fassett (Azteria)
- 11:00-11:30 Morning break
- 11:30-13:00 Use-cases and Requirements
What are the current requirements and enterprise social network use-cases?
- How social web standard design patterns help us ship faster by Monica Wilkinson (Crushpath)
- Thoughts on the Requirements for Social Networking by Dan Schutzer (BITS/Financial Services Roundtable)
- Using Linked Data to Extend OpenSocial in Research Networking by Eric Meeks, Brian Turner, Anirvan Chatterjee, and Leslie Yuan (University of San Francisco)
- Social Networking Within The Boeing Company by Adam Boyet (Boeing) [slides]
- Memory Connected: Extending Memory on the Web via Human-Centric Knowledge Exchange Network by Jie Bao and Li Ding (Memect)
- 14:00-15:30 Social Standards Architecture
What is the architecture that can drive the future of the social standards to a new round of innovation in social business?
- Opportunities and Challenges for Standardization in Mobile Social Networks by Laurent-Walter Goix (Telecom Italia) and Bryan Sullivan (AT&T)
- Social-Content Revolution. A Vision for the Future Social Oriented Networking by Yannick Le Louedec (Orange Labs) et al.
- General Event and Data model for App Developers by Jason Gary (IBM) and Jacques Perrault (IBM)
- Property Graphs by Ashok Malhotra (Oracle)
- 15:30-16:00 Afternooon break
- 16:00-17:30 Federating the Social Web
A number of standards and meta-standards (OStatus, ActivityStreams,Pubsubhubbub, PortableContacts, Open Graph Protocol) have been created to build a federated social web: What are their next steps?
- Social Federation Standards: The Key to the Next Social Web by Matt Franklin (W20 Digital)
- JSON-LD by Gregg Kellogg
- The need for a PubSubHub, and how social plays into this need by Ed Krebs (Ford)
- Activities and Schema.org by Sam Goto (Google)
- OPENi Graph API Framework in the Social Standards Landscape by Theodoros Michalareas et al. (VELTI)
- 17:30-19:00 Drinks and hors d'oeuvres, self-organizing for dinner
- 19:00 Dinner
Thursday August 8th, 2013
- 8:30-9:00 Summary of previous day and goals for day two
- 9:00-9:30 How Mobile Revolutionizes Social by Monica Lam (Stanford)
- 9:30-11:00 OpenSocial State of the Union and Next Steps
OpenSocial is the foremost API for enterprise social applications. What are the next steps for OpenSocial in context of new developments in HTML5 like Web Components?
- OpenSocial/W3C Evolving with Web Components by Mark Weitzel (Jive) and Andy Smith (IBM)
- OpenSocial Gadgets and Streams by Beth Lavender (MITRE)
- OpenSocial Integration Reference Implementations with IBM, Jive, Atlassian by Ellen Feaheny and Patrick Li (AppFusions)
- Mozilla's Social API by Shane Caraveo (Mozilla)
- Web Components by Dimitri Glazkov (Google)
- 11:00-11:30 Morning break
- 11:30-13:00 Running Code
The IndieWeb camps and Federated Social Web Summits have brought together many coders working on creating running code and websites to demonstrate an open social web.
- 13:00-14:30 Working Lunch
- 14:00-15:30 Break-out Groups on various topics
In this session, people will group into topical areas, based on the topics in the call for participation, in order to determine next steps in standardization.
- 15:30-17:30 Discussion on Chartering New Standardization
. We'll start off with a "lightning round" where each of the break out teams will present a summary of their key discussion points and decisions. We'll then map out next steps and deliverables for the group and lay the foundation for the next joint workshop