OpenID, OAuth, and other efforts to open up the social web are a dizzying mix of successes and setbacks. Are they being widely adopted, or eclipsed by proprietary alternatives? Are they good enough for mainstream users, or still too geeky? And have their fiercest proponents “sold out” by taking jobs at Google and Facebook, or are they continuing the fight from within? Come hear the inside story.
Sled (sled.com) is a new experimental productivity tool for small groups of close friends and family members. The session will take a detailed look at how OAuth 2.0 played a central role in the product architecture, and how it influence the product design and open source policy.