Jose Manrique Lopez de la Fuente
jsmanrique at gmail.com
Tue Jan 23 16:58:28 CET 2007
Just a bit off-topic, but have anyone considered using FOAF as
format to store contacts info? Mobile phones are devices in a net, why
not somekind of connection to semantic web technologies? i.e. in FOAF
you can store friend's geoposition, and Neo1973 has a GPS... so you
could find your nearest friends... Think about the possibilities.
Another question, perhaps, it would be interesting contacting Mozilla
Foundation to work together in "Mobile Companion", 
2007/1/23, Andrew Turner <ajturner at highearthorbit.com>:
> 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
> > login.robert-michel.openmopko.org
> > or self organized:
> > login.robertmichel.de
> > or
> > login.15231251234.dyn-dns.org
> > And I like to choose idividuall login adresses for different users
> > so that no eveal software could grab all IDs and analyse the social
> > network...
> > > 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.
> > Greetings,
> > rob
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