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Open Data in Aachen?

by Christian Scholz on May 27, 2010

Es war im September 2009, kurz nach den Kommunalwahlen, als ich begann, mich überhaupt mit Kommunalpolitik zu beschäftigen. Mit Schuld daran sind sicher auch die Piraten, da ich über diese recht einfach in die Politik reinkam, da sie einfach transparenter (…)

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EIC 2010: How complex is the enterprise?

by Christian Scholz on May 11, 2010

Another thing which became clear once more at the European Identity Conference was, how complex enterprise IT actually is. And this is of course something provoking me and I am wondering if it really needs to be the case. There (…)

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EIC 2010: An outsider’s view

by Christian Scholz on May 10, 2010

I stumbled into the European Identity Conference 2010 actually only by accident, more being a web developer than an enterprise IT guy (although having to do with it in terms of connecting e.g. Plone to an LDAP server in our (…)

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EIC 2010: On national electronic ID cards, Interoperability and Trust Frameworks

by Christian Scholz on May 9, 2010

One topic of the European Identity Conference last week in Munich was definitely how to identify citizens on the net. How to do that in general is a problem being worked on for some years and it’s still not solved. (…)

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Die Facebook-Debatte beim OpenWeb-Podcast

by Christian Scholz on May 5, 2010

Für die, die es noch nicht mitbekommen haben, will ich hier noch auf die Folge 28 des OpenWeb-Podcasts aufmerksam machen, wo wir aus OpenWeb-Standards-Sicht auf die aktuellen Änderungen bei Facebook schauen. Hier geht’s zum Podcast!

User Managed Access – a workshop and a prototype

by Christian Scholz on May 5, 2010

This week I am at the European Identity Conference (EIC) in Munich mostly for the workshop on “User Managed Access” (UMA) and for two panels I am on (Social Network Data Portability tomorrow at 2pm and one that has “Post (…)

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