Making Collaborative Social Networks

Federated Social Web 2011, a three day open event on Social Web interoperability, standards and privacy, begins today at Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Berlin and will go on till June 5th.

The event will discuss issues such as the differences between XMPP and HTTP federation and how they can be united, the technological aspects and challenges associated with the social web and how to design and implement an open source privacy and trust enabled communication platform.

The event is being organised by W3C and PerGlobal with gracious support from Heinrich-Böll-Foundation, Berlin. Tile von Damm, of PerGlobal and MOD, is part of the organising team.

The event schedule is available here, while details about the projects can be found in the event wiki. Live tweeter feed of the event can be followed using the hashtag #fsw2011.

Tile von Damm is Co-Founder of MOD and Co-Founder of PerGlobal. Read more about him in the page.

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