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Liberty 2.0 Workshop

Jan 22, 2007, 6:30 am – Jan 22, 2007, 1:00 pm
Sofitel (San Francisco Bay), Redwood City, CA, USA

Theme:
Much work has been done by organizations across the globe in implementing solutions that rely upon unique identity data to accomplish different tasks, from posting on a social network to transferring money to making a donation to a political site. This workshop recognizes that different business models, product approaches and end-purpose goals drive different implementations, and consistent standards must exist that don’t result in siloed approaches. Through a variety of presentations, panels and a hands-on session (bring your computers!), we’ll explore how to use Identity Web services to achieve:
-Internet scale...and robustness
-User experience...and security
-Personalization...and anonymity
-Freedom...and trust

Attendees will leave with a well-rounded understanding of what can be achieved with the Liberty Alliance standards and the convergence that’s underway in the identity space.

Audience:
Anyone exploring or using web services that make use of identity information, particularly from IdPs/WSPs and SPs/WSCs, is invited to attend. All organizations, small and large, are welcome to attend this free workshop.

Please register at http://www.events.projectliberty.org/details.php?id=5

Agenda:
9:30-10:00 Registration
10:00-10:20 Overview: “Introduction to Liberty”, Roger Sullivan, Oracle
10:20-10:50 Presentation: “Introduction to Liberty Standards: Federation and Identity Web Services", Fulup Ar Foll, Sun Microsystems
10:50-11:20 Presentation: “ID-WSF Basics—A Pragmatic Look at Identity Web Services and the Business Needs Addressed”, Eve Maler, Sun Microsystems
11:20-11:30 Break
11:30-12:00 Presentation: “Why Web 2.0 Needs ID-WSF : Building Secure, Aware and User-Focused Identity Web Services”, Conor Cahill, Intel
12:00-12:30 Presentation: "People Service Presentation: Realizing the Benefits of Identity-Based Web Services with Social Networks", Paul Madsen, Co-Chair, Technology Expert Group
12:30-1:00 Presentation: “Power to the User: New Advanced Client Solutions and Roadmap”, Conor Cahill, Intel
1:00-1:45 Lunch
1:45-2:30 Tutorial: "The Higgins Project: Understanding the Architecture and Use Cases", Mary Ruddy, SocialPhysics
2:30-4:00 Tutorial: "Creating ID-WSF Services", John Kemp, Nokia
4:00 Closing

If you have questions, please contact Dervla O'Reilly, dervla@projectliberty.org