Agenda http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-webpayments/2014May/0139.html Topics Is Identity a Distraction? Memorable Payment Identifiers Trusting Short Payment Identifiers Short Payment Identifiers for Donations Loyalty Cards, Tokenization Chair Manu Sporny Scribe Dave Longley Present Dave Longley, Manu Sporny, David I. Lehn, Timothy Holborn, Brent Shambaugh … Continue reading
I’ve posted a “Browser Sync API” post on Specifiction, in order to stimulate some discussion there. If you prefer to discuss this topic there, please head on over and leave your thoughts in the thread.
Good morning! I’ve written a call to action explaining why I think this community group is important, and some of the problems that we should be trying to solve in our discussions here. Please read and share: Open Sync: Your … Continue reading
Following successful road-mapping workshops at the European Data Forum and the Multilingual Web conference, the LD4LT group will next be engaging with the Localisation Industry on the 4th June’14 in Dublin, Ireland. This will be part of the FEISGILTT workshop … Continue reading
The use of Linked Data for Language Resources is a hot topic at the Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC’14), 26-31 May, Reykjavik, Iceland. The week kicked of with a LD4LT Tutorial. All LREC delegates are able to contribute by … Continue reading
As far as “next-generation bookmarking”, the OpenAnnotation W3C Community Draft spec solves for many things.  JSON-LD may be a bit more likely to gain support from browsers and services than RDF/XML.   www.open annotation.org/spec/core/  www.w3.org/TR/json-ld/
The Browser Sync Community Group has been launched: The major browsers provide users with a means of synchronizing their data across browser instances, but the services behind that synchronization process are not controlled by users, and users don’t have the … Continue reading
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The Browser Sync Community Group has been proposed by Ryan Freebern: The major browsers provide users with a means of synchronizing their data across browser instances, but the services behind that synchronization process are not controlled by users, and users … Continue reading
I felt like mentioning that, in addition to the Memento protocol and the mset document mentioned by Ryan, there is also the Missing Link document that emerged last year as a result of work in the Hiberlink project. The document … Continue reading