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Social Graph Foo Camp

(wiki password is c4mp)

February 1-3, 2008

O'Reilly's Campus in Sebastopol, CA (driving directions)

 

We've invited about 70 Friends Of O'Reilly (aka Foo), people who're doing interesting works around social networking, the social graph, and technologies for data portability. We'll have some planned activities, but much of the agenda will be determined by you. We'll provide space, electricity, a wireless network, and a wiki. You bring your ideas, enthusiasms, and projects. We all get to know each other better, and hopefully come up with some cool ideas about how to change the world.

 

Like past FooCamps which O'Reilly organized, a Foo Camp is as good as participants make it. Be prepared to lead or participate in a session, ask interesting questions, show off what you're working on, and generally leave your mark on the weekend. It's a little like Burning Man in that there are no spectators, only participants (much less dust, however). People sometimes ask "what can I do to be invited back" and your best bet is to make a (positive) impression by engaging and presenting.

 

Be Prepared to Demo or Speak

 

We'll put the program together on Friday evening at about 7:30pm, so if you want to lead a session, sign up for a slot then. Don't worry if you arrive late, there should be enough sessions to go around. We'll have a variety of spaces–conference rooms and open areas. Several of the rooms have projectors, but we could use more, so if you have one to lend, do bring it along. For more information about past Foo Camps, Tim has posted "Why Foo Camp" and there are tips from past campers.

 

Schedule

The schedule is still being worked out, though plan on arriving Friday afternoon (4ish) and leaving mid-day Sunday.

 

Camping

Generally people will "camp" at O'Reilly's campus either outside in tents or throughout their offices/cubicles in sleeping bags. http://wiki.oreillynet.com/foocamp07/index.cgi?WhatToBring is a good reference too.

 

Sponsors

The following companies (beyond O'Reilly donating their awesome campus) are helping to make SG Foo possible.

 

Rides Needed

  • danah boyd (flying into SFO at 11.30AM)
  • Barry Wellman
  • Steve Ivy (SMF @ 5:45pm)
  • Stephen Paul Weber (SFO @ 11:00AM)
  • Chris Saad - would love a ride from SF please!
  • Ben Smith (BBC one) - would also love a ride from SF

 

Rides Available

  • Marc Smith: Leaving noon-ish Friday from Mountain View, have 2-3 seats.
  • Brian McCallister: Leaving Friday, time flexible, from Menlo Park (passing SFO)

 

Confirmed Campers

Please help to keep the list sorted by name. Your name should link to your profile on the SG Foo Crowdvine. Format is:

name - interests (location [can be "city, state", "city, country", or "city" (for metros), or "latitude,longitude" (decimal degrees)])

 

  1. Aaron Newton
  2. Aber Whitcomb
  3. Adam Smith - Xobni, data that's buried in your email, machine learning (San Francisco, CA)
  4. Andy Denmark
  5. Artur Bergman
  6. Barry Wellman
  7. Ben Smith - OAuth, radically decentralized social software, network as database, utility computing (Seattle WA)
  8. Blaine Cook - OAuth, XMPP, Messaging-based architectures (San Francisco, CA)
  9. Brad Fitzpatrick
  10. Brady Forrest
  11. Brian Ellin
  12. Brian McCallister - distributed hackery, inaccurate and partial information, Ning, OpenSocial (Menlo Park, CA)
  13. Brian Oberkirch
  14. Cameron Marlow - Facebook, social media research, influence, diffusion (New York, NY)
  15. Chris Mocko
  16. Chris Saad - Co-founder- Faraday Media, DataPortability.org, APML.org, Media 2.0 Workgroup
  17. Christy Canida
  18. Dan Brickley
  19. Dare Obasanjo
  20. Dave Morin - Facebook Platform, Social Graph, Identity
  21. David Janes
  22. David Recordon - OpenID, decentralized social networks, Perl (San Francisco, CA)
  23. danah boyd (Los Angeles, CA)
  24. Danny Kolke
  25. DeWitt Clinton
  26. Dirk Olbertz - NoseRub decentralised social networks - Bonn, Germany
  27. Eran Hammer-Lahav - OAuth, OpenID, discovery, email identifiers, XRDS-Simple, URL normalization (South Orange, NJ)
  28. Eran Sandler - OAuth, OpenID, Federation vs. Centralization (Haifa, Israel 32.8146, 34.987035)
  29. Eric Wilhelm
  30. Evan Prodromou
  31. Eve Phillips
  32. Gavin Bell social networks for scientists , long term identity, OAuth, OpenID, identity consolidation, a paper on identity and provenance (London, UK)
  33. Gina Bianchini
  34. Fred Stutzman - ClaimID, MicroID, research, teaching (Carrboro, NC)
  35. Harrison Tang
  36. Jason Devitt
  37. Jason Herskowitz
  38. Jeremy Keith - hCard, XFN, Social Network Portability, Lifestreams (Brighton, UK) Add to address book
  39. Jesse Robbins - Privacy, Freedom, Enterprise/Banking/Credit Union/Gov/MegaCorp Adoption, Operations, Emergency Management (Seattle, WA)
  40. Joseph Smarr - Friends-list portability, online identity consolidation, sync, OpenID, microformats, OAuth (Mountain View, CA)
  41. John McCrea
  42. John Panzer
  43. Kellan Elliott-McCrea - OAuth, OpenID, decentralized discovery, casual privacy, fluffy clouds (San Francisco, CA)
  44. Kevin Marks
  45. Kim Cameron
  46. Kirsten Jones
  47. Larry Halff - OAuth, OpenID, Rails, decentralized social networks, social APIs (San Francisco, CA)
  48. Leah Culver
  49. Leslie Chicoine
  50. Luke Shepard
  51. Marc Davis
  52. Marc Smith - Directed graph data sets, "hyperties" - mobile devices that sense other people, social roles
  53. Matt Biddulph - OAuth, message-oriented APIs, Rails, locative, small pieces loosely joined (London, UK)
  54. Matthew Rothenberg
  55. Mark Atwood
  56. Mark Jacobsen
  57. Mark Paschal
  58. Michael Curtis
  59. Michael K. Loukides
  60. Mike Wells
  61. Niall Kennedy - faceted personas, access control, programmability (San Francisco, CA 37.776142,-122.41293)
  62. Paul Buchheit
  63. Paul Lindner - Usability, OpenSocial, AtomPub, XMPP (San Francisco, CA)
  64. Ralph Meijer - XMPP, Publish-Subscribe, Federating Social Networks (Eindhoven, Netherlands)
  65. Renny Gleeson
  66. Richard Kilmer - P2P, identity unification, deep/implicit desktop integration, CSCW, Ruby (Washington DC)
  67. Rob Dolin
  68. Scott Kveton - OpenID, OAuth, DiSo, rabble-rousing (Corvallis, OR)
  69. Shelly Farnham
  70. Simon Wistow
  71. Stephen Paul Weber - DiSo, microformats, OpenID (Ontario, Canada)
  72. Steve Ganz - microformats, XFN, professional relationship descriptions, social network portability (SNP), Lifestreams (San Jose, CA)
  73. Steve Ivy (redmonk.net)- DiSo, microformats, XFN, OpenID, social network portability (SNP), (Gilbert, AZ) Add to address book
  74. Add to address book Tantek Çelik - microformats, XFN, hCard, social network portability (SNP), identity consolidation, recent SNP preso, WikihCards (San Francisco, CA)
  75. Teresa Nielsen Hayden
  76. Terrell Russell - claimID, MicroID, identity and expertise research (Chapel Hill, NC)
  77. Terry Jones
  78. Thomas Huhn - integrating online social networks into everyday life: lifestrea.ms, data portability, OpenID, OAuth, Microformats, Diso, APML (KTown, Germany)
  79. Tim O'Reilly
  80. Tom Coates
  81. Tom Scott
  82. Ben Smith (BBC one)
  83. Tony Stubblebine
  84. Venky Veeraraghavan - Social Networking in the Enterprise, SharePoint, Social Network Portability, Identity and Claims
  85. Warren Sack
  86. Will Aldrich

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