On 27 February 2012 23:38, Peter Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Higgins model Looks good - but does it solve the problem?
The page is a (pretty comprehensive) collection of existing techniques for
establishing richer information from an ID.
For example, from an email address you can get a Name etc. but the concept
is very extensible ...
> I'm not seeing any of the schemes learn from what didn't work about
> digitalds (when offloading session mgt to a proxy's ssl sessionids cache,
> for device independence - yada yada ).
> I'm seeing wonderful finessing on several fronts of 10% of the issue set
> (on boarding, distributing work over the usual agents, modeling the
> topology of endpoints dynamically, ...).
> I like browserid (comparing it to cardspace). But the art of this space st
> web scale is in the management and control planes, not only the ux.
> separating apps from member data and offloading app session mgt to third
> parties interferes with fundamental business economics of a service-factor
> market (think travel agents, eliminated by the Internet).
> Mozilla hopefully know at what speed to introduce economic threats due to
> the disruptive nature of this topic, and not go too fast. One may wish not,
> methods over sp sites. One may wish to just solve the password problem ...
> And do so without disrupting too many things at once (inducing mistrust as
> core fears are exposed about loss of control).
> Sent from my iPhone
> On Feb 27, 2012, at 12:04 PM, "Melvin Carvalho" <email@example.com>
> > On 23 February 2012 02:23, Dan Mills <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >> I wanted to let you know that today we announced Mozilla Persona, a new
> >> name for the complete identity offering from Mozilla. Read more about
> it at
> >> our blog:
> > Forgot to mention. On the subject of persona's this is worth looking at.
> > http://wiki.eclipse.org/Persona_Data_Model_2.0#Vocabularies
> > It should be reasonably possible to link a browser id (currently email)
> > other items. I'm guessing JSON is going to be the path of least
> > resistance.
> >> BrowserID will stay as a technology name, but the consumer-facing brand
> >> our service will fall under the Persona brand. You can think about it
> >> this: "Persona ID is an implementation of the BrowserID protocol."
> >> Of course, nothing changes for sites, we're still providing the same
> >> product and we'll continue to add features as we were planning. Some of
> >> those features will have new names under the Persona brand, alongside
> >> ID/Sign-in.
> >> Hope you like the new name, and sorry about any confusion during the
> >> transition!
> >> Dan
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