DataPortability

This morning at that OSCON conference David Recordon of Six Apart will announce on stage the formation of the Open Web Foundation. The new foundation is about providing a home…

Digg Moves to Adopt DataPortability Standards

5:12 pm PDT • May 1, 2008

The DataPortability Project has gained another adherent in Digg, which announced on its blog today that it has implemented three under-the-hood enhancements. These include implementation and improved support for XFN…

The DataPortability Workgroup founded in November 2007, is aiming to develop best practices towards letting users move, share, and control their identity, photos, videos and all other forms of personal…

After being threatened by Red Hat because its original suitcase logo was too close to theirs, the DataPortability workgroup decided to hold a contest for a new logo, which anyone…

The fledgling DataPortability workgroup, led by Chris Saad, had a bit of a panic attack in February when they received a Cease & Desist letter from RedHat over their alleged…

It’s definitely FriendFeed month in Silicon Valley. The company, founded by ex-Googlers, let you aggregate information and activity streams from all of the various services that you use on the…

DataPortability cofounder Chris Saad, in the face of a nasty cease and desist letter over their logo, took our (and others’) advice – don’t waste time fighting it. Treat this…

DataPortability WorkGroup is a project founded in November 2007 to develop best practices towards letting users move, share, and control their identity, photos, videos and all other forms of personal…

The concept that online you own your own data and you should be able to take it with you from one social network or Website to another is gaining a…

After publishing an invitation to Facebook to join the DataPortability Working Group January 4, we never thought that Facebook would accept it. Today changes everything you’ve ever thought about social-networking…