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|Michiel de Jong|
|Track||Jabber and XMPP Devroom|
Social Networking: User Address Ownership in the Federated Social Web
Why Webfinger is so important, why BrowserId is so important, and how to combine the two.
The federated social web needs to be a tool-agnostic web. A user should be able to interact with other users, regardless of whether the other user is using xmpp-based tools, or OStatus-based tools, even SMTP, and maybe even SMS. But there is one central corner stone of socializing: user addresses. These can be email addresses, Jabber ID's, or webfinger account URIs.
In this talk I'll discuss some of the challenges of enabling people to own their user address. In particular, I will discuss our experiences in both the LibreDocs project and the Opentabs project, about why Webfinger is so important, why BrowserId is so important, and how to combine the two.
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