July 8th, 2011 | Published in Google OpenSocial
On June 20th, SXSW Interactive announced that they have opened their panel picker for submissions to the 2012 SXSW Interactive festival.
With all of the community efforts going on around OpenSocial 2.0, this would be a perfect time to submit a panel or talk on the wonderful efforts going on for OpenSocial and we ask that, as a community, we get involved in spreading the word around the integrated technology that are revitalizing the landscape of social application and container development.
An official panel will be submitted to discuss the new standards and technologies that are being integrated within OpenSocial 2.0. This will cover much of the work done on the specification, the future of OpenSocial, our enterprise involvement and the technology backbone that the new specification is being built around.
We would also love to see other members of the community submit talks about some of their involvements with OpenSocial. For instance, we'd love to see submissions about some of the following, just to name a few:
- How OpenSocial foundations and techniques can be applied in a mobile strategy.
- How new authorization models like OAuth 2 are fostering adoption of open standards.
- How standardization of activities through Activity Streams are building a foundation for social sharing across platforms.
- How OpenSocial is driving the socialization and communication channels of enterprise platform solutions.
If you submit a panel or talk, please respond to this thread to let us know (with a link to that talk) and I will work on compiling a list of the "OpenSocial community talks" for a future blog post. This will allow us to all vote as a community and show each other some support.
You can submit your talks here.
I look forward to hearing from all of you.