January/February 2009 DataPortability Project Report is now available. …
A couple weeks ago we put out a message for a Volunteer Community Manager for the DataPortability Project and i am proud to announce that Danny Housseas has agreed to fill this role starting immediately!
As the DataPortability Project continues to grow and more and more users, vendors and developers talk and ask questions about data portability, …
The DataPortability Project Healthcare Task Force met on Thursday, November 13, 2008. The goal of the Task Force is to identify the unique requirements within the generalized healthcare domain to support the ability for networked entities to access and otherwise leverage consumer-centric data. Once identified, the Task Force will publish guidance to facilitate user-controlled, privacy-respecting data portability. …
Five volunteers took on new responsibilities at today's weekly steering group conference call. Congratulations to Daniela Barbosa, our first steering group chair; Elias Bizannes, vice chair; J. Trent Adams, secretary; and Brady Brim-DeForest, treasurer. Separately, Chris Saad stood up to chair the Communications Action Group ([Communications charter|http://wiki.dataportability. …
The June/July combined monthly report has been published and is available for viewing:
The monthly report aims to highlight things that affect and drive the DataPortability Project. …
Proposed Meeting Topics:
As of Sunday July 20th the attendee RSVP is a small group (probably because i have been away and did not properly advertise this meet-up). …
Join us this Monday, June 23, at Found Gallery in Los Angeles, for the 3rd monthly Los Angeles DartPortability Meetup. Co-hosted by Brady Brim-DeForest and Michael Lambie.
Things kick off at 7pm. Read the [full details|http://wiki. …
The May DataPortability Project Report has been published. It is a couple days late since I was working on the new format and I have been on the road- but hopefully you will like the new format and we can continuously build on these monthly reports that serve not only active DataPortability Project members but also users, vendors and developers who want to be kept informed on the progress of the project. …
Join us this Saturday, May 24, at Found Gallery in Los Angeles, for the 2nd monthly Los Angeles DartPortability Meetup.
Things kick off at 7pm. Read the [full details|http://wiki.dataportability. …
One problem we usually have in the Technical Action Group (TAG) is how to find consensus on certain points. In order to solve this the following process is proposed:
This announcement follows this process. So please discuss this proposal as defined inside it until May 24th 12PM GMT.
The process tries to solve the following problems:
DataPortability.org volunteers embrace these challenges with small projects. Read more about the DataPortability. …
The DataPortability DIY Club light up the first monthly project for May: "rel=me"
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Labels: scoble, fastcompany, coverage, evangelism, news
The labels for the Web 2.0 Expo arrive. Photo by Daniela.
DataPortability Logo Contest ended Friday night.
No hanging chads.
Results to be announced at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco on Tuesday or Wednesday. Thanks for voting!
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