ajturner at highearthorbit.com
Tue Jan 23 16:30:02 CET 2007
Rob, this is the purpose behind openID. OpenMoKo could be an OpenID
server for those that want to use it, but you can just as easily setup
your own too.
On 1/23/07, Robert Michel <openmoko at robertmichel.de> wrote:
> Salve Richard!
> On Tue, 23 Jan 2007, Richard Franks wrote:
> > Will we have something like this? Do we want something like this?
> > It could be useful for contact-sharing, authentication,
> I would like see a decentralized system that also works
> offline - when I meet a person I'd like to give him a key
> that allows him to contact me via
> - telefon
> - email
> - jabber
> - sftp
> - ssh
> so one dns adress like
> or self organized:
> And I like to choose idividuall login adresses for different users
> so that no eveal software could grab all IDs and analyse the social
> > access to
> > services on the OpenMoko site, keeping track of gaming friends,
> > referencing file/data resources on the users home 'or otherwise'
> > machine etc.
> OpenMoko could support personal networking, but I like to see it
> that it is not centralized via openmoko.org - I like to see to
> encourage people to have full control about their personal contacts.
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