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Recent posts:

Introduction to the Internet Identity Workshop in Mountain View, CA (November 2008)

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Slides of several presentations from the Second European Identity Conference in Munich, Germany (April 2008)

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Slides from the Emerging Communications Conference in Mountain View, CA (March 2008)

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Slides from the Internet Identity Workshop 2007a

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Slides from the First European Identity Conference in Munich, Germany (May 2007)

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Slides from the IMS (Internet Multimedia Subsystem) Debate at O'Reilly Emerging Telephony Conference (Feburary 2007)

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Slides from OSIS Presentation at Internet Identity Workshop (December 2006)

About the history of the OSIS Project.

The slides can be found on this page.

Microsoft CardSpace (.NET V3.0) Screen Shots

We took screen shots while playing with Microsoft CardSpace on Windows XP, using .NET V3.0. Here they are, in the hope that they will be useful for others.

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Most current version of InfoGrid LID is 2.0b10

[i-names]

InfoGrid LID now accepts i-names (XRIs) as valid identifiers, not just identity URLs. i-names may be used with OpenID authentication, Yadis discovery, LID GPG-based authentication, LID authenticated messaging and other technologies.

Go to download here.

A Comparison of Identity Vocabularies

We compare Liberty Alliance, LDAP, Microsoft CardSpace (aka InfoCard), Sxip, OpenID's Simple Registration Extension and LID.

Download the paper: A Comparison of Identity Vocabularies.

Discuss the paper on this wiki page. This paper has become an input to the recently established Identity Schemas Working Group in the Identity Commons.

New slides from the Internet Identity Workshop

The slides can be found on this page.

NetMesh InfoGrid LID beta now supports Yadis, OpenID and LID simultaneously

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New slides on URL-based identity

From the O'Reilly Etel (Emerging Telephony) conference.

The slides can be found on this page.

Yadis area created

At NetMesh, we are busy implementing Yadis, the emerging discovery protocol for URL-based digital identities. As part of that, we have created a number of test scripts, test files etc. that are likely also useful to others, so we are publishing them in our Yadis area.

NetMesh InfoGrid LID PHP, Perl and Java snapshots released

This latest development snapshot of the LID support in NetMesh InfoGrid; adds Java to the previously supported Perl and PHP languages, with an identical API (classes and methods, as far as possible in the respective language environments) and the exact same features. It also fixes a number of bugs and inconsistencies between the implementations.

Go to download here.

LID support for MediaWiki

Patches for MediaWiki software (the software that runs WikiPedia and many other wikis on the net) have been released.

With these patches, MediaWiki users can use their LID URLs to identify themselves to the wiki, instead of having to create an account with its own password etc. for each wiki in which they participate.

Go to download here.

New slides on LID

New slides on LID are available from the Internet Identity Workshop in Berkeley.

The slides can be found on this page.

NetMesh LID presentation from OSCON available

The slides can be found on this page.

Planetwork LID presentation on-line

From the Digital Identity event organized by Kaliya Hamlin .

The slides can be found on this page.

New developer's site on-line

The updated NetMesh Developer's Site features downloads, articles, presentations, and mailing lists as well as access to support.

NetMesh Presentation to Ebig's Java SIG

We recently had the opportunity to present NetMesh InfoGrid to the East Bay I.T. Group's .

The slides we used can be found on this page.

NetMesh / Kaiser Permanente Presentation to the SDForum's Architecture and Modeling SIG

The SDForum's Architecture and Modeling Special Interest Group invited NetMesh and Kaiser Permanente to present a case study on a mobile physician information system that Kaiser developed using NetMesh InfoGrid technology.

Slides are available here.