Decentralized comments and the IndieWeb

July 1, 2013 | Leave a comment

I just stumbled on this old thread by Marc Canter and Stephen Downes (emphasis mine):

I think that so long as we leave content on other people’s sites (or in their in-boxes) we will have the dual problems of spam and host lock-in.

The primary use of OpenID should not simply be identification, but also, to tell remote sites where to direct our actions. So – in a sense – I carry all my own home website tools with me when I travel around the web.

This is, in part, what the IndieWeb is all about – and it works today. I recorded a video demo of how these features work in idno last week:

(Reading this in an RSS reader? Here’s a direct link.)

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