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StatusNet’s server-side plugins allow developers to make new kinds of social applications, like social music tools, location services, event sharing, or Q&A sites. Coupled with the software’s powerful API and an easy theming system, the StatusNet platform turns social ideas into reality.
In this tutorial, the designers and core developers of StatusNet will show how to develop StatusNet applications, including:
The tutorial will focus on a real-life example — developing a social music application — with each important topic covered in-depth.
Evan is the founder and CTO of StatusNet Inc and lead developer of
StatusNet, the Open Source social networking software. He also chairs the
W3C group for federated social web technologies. Originally from San
Francisco, he now lives and works in Montreal.
The former lead developer of MediaWiki and CTO of the Wikimedia Foundation, Brion now is the senior architect at StatusNet Inc.
Zach is the API manager for StatusNet. He’s built the software’s REST-oriented APIs as well as integration with social servers like Facebook and Twitter.