Monthly Archives: June 2006

I-Names Get Real

I should have suspected this — we finally get to the biggest inflection point in the evolution of i-names and I’m too busy to blog about it. Oh well, that’s life. In less than two hours we finally flip the … Continue reading

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OpenID 2.0: Convergence Continues

Internet infrastructure is always a story of convergence. Last fall the OpenID and LID URL-based authentication protocols came together around an interoperable lightweight discovery format called Yadis. Yadis used the XML-based XRDS document format developed by the OASIS XRI Technical … Continue reading

Posted in General, I-brokers, OpenID, XRI, Yadis | 1 Comment ready at last

When I can’t do a post for a month you know something’s up (or down). But this one’s up: has finally finished and approved the Global Services Specification (GSS) that governs the operation of’s global XRI i-name and … Continue reading

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