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Participants at the Internet Identity Workshop create their agenda together face to face on the day of the event. This page captures the ideas people have for sessions and topics before the event.  This gives people an opportunity to share ideas and create opportunity for collaboration ahead of time.
 
Participants at the Internet Identity Workshop create their agenda together face to face on the day of the event. This page captures the ideas people have for sessions and topics before the event.  This gives people an opportunity to share ideas and create opportunity for collaboration ahead of time.
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== IDMML ==
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Identity Metasystem Markup Language -- an idea proposed in June 2007 by George Fletcher of AOL and recently discussed more on the OpenID General mailing list:
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* http://practicalid.blogspot.com/2007/06/clients-to-rescue.html
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* http://practicalid.blogspot.com/2007/06/passive-identity-meta-system-markup.html
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== Identity Commons Growing Up ==
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A session about how IC is starting to come into its own as a common meeting ground for the Internet identity layer, and how we can all help it help us.

Revision as of 22:54, 2 April 2008

Participants at the Internet Identity Workshop create their agenda together face to face on the day of the event. This page captures the ideas people have for sessions and topics before the event. This gives people an opportunity to share ideas and create opportunity for collaboration ahead of time.

IDMML

Identity Metasystem Markup Language -- an idea proposed in June 2007 by George Fletcher of AOL and recently discussed more on the OpenID General mailing list:

Identity Commons Growing Up

A session about how IC is starting to come into its own as a common meeting ground for the Internet identity layer, and how we can all help it help us.