Here's a pile of links on the Identity Conversation, coming out of last week's DIDW conference in San Francisco…
- Seven Laws of Identity, by Kim Cameron
- Microsoft's Vision for an Identity Metasystem, by Microsoft Corporation
- Laws of Identity white paper, by Kim Cameron, at the Microsoft site
- Microsoft's enlightened identity metasystem, by Dan Farber, in ZDNet
- See also Dan's Microsoft’s Identity Chief: After Passport, Microsoft is rethinking identity
- More background: Federation of Identities in a Web Services World, A joint whitepaper from IBM Corporation and Microsoft Corporation (with 16 authors)
- What is Microsoft InfoCard, by Johannes Ernst
- Something in the Air, by Steve Gillmor
- Microsoft sells ID mgmt. plan, by John Fontana in Network World
- DIDW 2005: Kim Cameron's 7 laws of identity, by Scott Mace
- Whitepaper on the laws… and more, by Kim Cameron
- Closing Session – Summint It Up, Doc Searls (Linux Journal), by James van Kessel
- The Laws Live, by Drummond Reed
- Fare the well DIDW, by Timothy Grayson
- Identity Commons Announces Interoperability of i-Names and LID
- OpenLDAP.buzz(Microsoft ID Mgmt Plan)
- A Thread You Should Follow, in Security Identity Focus Connection
- ID Gang, by Marc Canter
- Microsoft calls for online identity overhaul, by ixo blog
- Microsoft calls for online identity overhaul, by Tom Sanders for VNUNet
- Microsoft: Your new best friend for online identities, by Silicon Valley Sleuth
- Identity Ontology Taxonomy, by P.T. Ong
- ZDNet Interview with Kim Cameron. Part 2. By Stefan Brands in Identity Corner.
- fyi Microsoft Sells ID Mgmt Plan, by James Kobielus.
On the one hand, it's clear that most of the folks following this thing are giving Kim and Microsoft a lot of slack (no “Passport 2.0″ this time around, thankfully). On the other hand, we still have a long way to go.
He's right. We do.
Doc did an amazing couple of sessions on the final day at DIDW – I wonder if Phil Becker will eventually make them generally available as podcasts? That would sure be cool – though it's a lot to expect out of a conference – even a forward thinking one like DIDW.