From Social Web XG Wiki
A Draft Schedule for TPAC 2009:
Let's start by focusing on "big picture" and outreach.
- Review of Social Web stack, such as Open Stack (OAuth, OpenID, OpenSocial, PortableContacts, Activitystrea.ms), OpenMicroblogging, FOAF, SIOC,SMOB,and FOAF+SSL, vCard, Delivery Context Ontology, OSLO Alliance, XRIs, XMPP, Google Wave.
- What technologies haven't been through a standards body?
- Is W3C process suitable for this technology? Should it change for this work (HTML5)?
- What parts are missing?
- open microblogging platform gets you somewhere but is missing - delete / update / stuff; additional relationships; everything except tweets; etc...
- IMS has some of this stuff - cross-domain subscriptions, group management, etc... - some open source implementations, built on SIP; IMS uses SIP URLs; XDM (XML Document Management) - can cover groups?
- XMPP - what does it provide?
- LinkedData - people have data out there on the cloud - a web application generates FOAF-like data; linking open data could be a distributed architecture approach to get away from silos
- See diagram from TBL from TPAC f2f for fodder for our report
- Missing: Easily extensible data (RDF?)
- Missing: Standardized policy languages
- Missing: Provenance
- What kind of relationship should we have with IETF, OASIS, Open Web Foundation, and DataPortability.org?
Focus on deliverables and technologies.
- Review of use-case document
- Outline of final report: Who wants to edit?
- Building from morning, what is progress with technical report?
- Do we have XML and RDF serializations for all data formats?
- Review of code-bases (Elgg, riseup.net, daisycha.in)
- Does this build into a technical report and landscape document?
- Can we get w3.org to implement any of this?
- Hack and chat