In 2005, Kaliya Young[T], Phil Windley[T][V][G], Drummond Reed[T][B], and Doc Searls[T][B] hosted the first Internet Identity Workshop(IIW)[T] in Berkeley to discuss “architectural and governance proposals for Internet-wide identity services and their underlying philosophies.” -Announcing IIW 2005
IIW is at its heart a participatory conference. Through dozens of sessions, lunches, and two evening meals (all included in ticket) you’ll have plenty of chances to exchange ideas and make new professional connections. This is the time and place that you get to discuss, share your knowledge, work on and learn about anything & everything related to Internet Identity today. Spring: April 30, 2019 – May 2, 2019 Fall: October 01, 2019 – October 03, 2019
Rebooting Web of Trust
- White Papers, Specifications & Proofs of Concept
Our goal for this initial #RebootingWebOfTrust design workshop is to:
- Focus on the creation of the next generation of decentralized web-of-trust based identity systems.
- To generate 5 technical white papers on topics decided by the group that will have the greatest impact on the future”
To this end, I thought it would be useful to define what is a white paper, and as some people desire to go beyond this, what is a specification and proof of concept code.
- WebOfTrust.info - Upcoming Events
- Rebooting Web Of Trust - Papers and Advance Readings Index »
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