The new announced Information Card Foundation has nine community board members, and I’m pleased to report they all have a keen sense of humor. Case in point: Pam Dingle’s bio on the Board of Directors page:
Pamela Dingle is an Enterprise Identity Consultant at Nulli Secundus Inc . She is also the founder of the Pamela Project, an open source project dedicated to creation of information card relying party modules & plugins for common web frameworks. Pamela blogs at http://eternaloptimist.wordpress.com and is an active participant at the OSIS Identity Commons Working Group supplying tests and maintaining the wiki for Interoperability events at various conferences. Pamela enjoys adding URLs to every sentence she writes (http://heresabunnywithapancakeonitshead) and hopes you click on them all.
If you want to start controversy how about suggesting that there is foundation overload? How about discussing in the next blog entry that the IT industry as a whole needs to stop creating separate groups? How about “suggesting” that this could have been part of OASIS, OWASP or some other existing group…
If you want to start controversy how about suggesting that there is foundation overload?