Archive for the ‘Outreach’ Category

Liberty Alliance [ID-WSF]v2.0 Workshop

Friday, December 22nd, 2006

The Liberty Alliance will be holding a workshop in Redwood Shores, CA on 22-Jan-2006. Perhaps the event catch-phrase “Liberty 2.0” can be perceived as jumping on the arguably overwrought “2.0” meme coursing through the web these days, but we did in fact recently complete the ID-WSF v2.0 specification set, which I’d noted in these pages earlier this fall.

The event will be quite informative for those wishing to learn more about Identity-based Web Services, with Conor, Eve, JohnK, PaulM, and Mary Ruddy speaking.

Here’s relevant pointers…

Announcing Liberty 2.0 Workshop on Jan. 22 in Redwood Shores, CA

Workshop Agenda

IDentity Deployment of the Year Award announced

Wednesday, August 9th, 2006

The Liberty Alliance will present the IDentity Deployment of the Year Award (IDDY, pronounced EYE-D) before the keynote at the DIDW (DigitalID World) conference this September. The announcement and nomination page is here…

IDentity Deployment of the Year Award

This sounds like a good idea to not only promote the “online identity” topic itself, but also spread some recognition for the folks who do the usually behind-the-scenes deployment work.

Liberty Alliance Developer’s Workshop 12-Jun-2006 San Francisco

Sunday, June 4th, 2006

Liberty Alliance is hosting an Identity Web Services Framework Developer’s Workshop in San Francisco on 12-Jun-2006, ahead of the Burton Catalyst conference. It’s free, although the registration cutoff is 10-Jun. There will be several presentations by ID-WSF architects, including an ID-WSF overview (by Conor Cahill), a People Service overview (by Hubert Le Van Gong), and a use-case-driven exploration of the policy and consent pieces of ID-WSF (by Peter Davis). The presentations are followed by a Q