aconbere at gmail.com
Tue Nov 6 18:15:54 UTC 2007
On Nov 6, 2007 2:28 AM, Nicolas Vérité <nicolas.verite at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I think you have all heard about the OpenSocial buzz...
> Do some of you consider making XMPP compatible/interoperable
> with this API? Is it useful/necessary/worth?
Making an http interface layer that transforms the api requests into
jabber messages would not be difficult. However I think the place to
start is for XMPP to look at adopting some type of http authorization
workflow (see OAuth, FlickrAuth, Etc.) This would provide a secure way
of authorizing web applications to be used as clients for users.
This weekend I put some good time into the use of xmpp as a layer to
support a social network (using the xmpp roster as the database to
storing trust relationships). And this would be greatly simplified
with an authorization scheme.
> Nicolas Vérité (Nÿco) mailto:nicolas.verite at gmail.com
> Jabber ID : xmpp:nyco at jabber.fr
> http://linuxfr.org/ - http://fr.wikipedia.org/ - http://www.jabberfr.org/
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