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Friend of a friend (FOAF) search engine

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You can use the input field above to search through millions of interconnected persons, organisations and places in the semantic web. Enter the name, e-mail, nick, homepage, openid, mbox-hash or URI of the person, organisation or place you are searching.

Advogato: Personal info for brian252

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Name: Brian DeRocher Member since: 2006-04-21 14:04:17 Last Login: 2009-07-23 20:08:17

Abstracted the PHPlist database connection so it works with MySQL and PostgreSQL. Made contribution to phpPgAdmin to authenticate by Kerberos. Not sure if the patch was incorporated yet.

WebID - W3C Wiki

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A WebID is a way to uniquely identify a person, company, organisation, or other agent using a URI. The term "WebID" was coined by Dan Brickley and Tim Berners-Lee in 2000. (Citation needed)

The WebID Protocol for authentication is being worked on in the WebID Community Group at the W3C. Implementers and other are welcome to join and contribute feedback in a non patent encumbered way. The group is developing the following specs...

My FOAF

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This is my FOAF.

FOAF Wiki

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The Friend of a Friend (FOAF) project is creating a Web of machine-readable pages describing people, the links between them and the things they create and do.

Currently the most important entry here is the IssueTracker, which keeps note of known issues with the FOAF specification.

Tools - FOAF Wiki

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foaf smileys logo FoaF Creators, Using FOAF for authentication in webapps, Aggregators, user interfaces, visualization systems etc., What user-oriented software packages are exploring FOAF support?

FOAF-a-matic -- Describe yourself in RDF

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FOAF-a-matic is a simple Javascript application that allows you to create a FOAF ("Friend-of-A-Friend") description of yourself. You can read more about FOAF in Edd Dumbill's "XML Watch: Finding friends with XML and RDF" article, at the FOAF homepage on RDFWeb, and also the FOAF vocabulary description.

Raspberry Pi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card-sized single-board computer developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the intention of promoting the teaching of basic computer science in schools.[6][7][8][9][10]

Raspberry Pi - XBMC

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The Raspberry Pi is an ARM powered, credit card sized computer developed in the UK by the Raspberry Pi Foundation for educational and hobbyist purposes. The low power computer is mass produced at very low prices and the high number of units sold gives it massive community support. As an XBMC HTPC, the Pi supports full 1080P video playback, supports most major codecs, most if not all XBMC add-ons, and a reasonably responsive GUI.

Electrolysis - MozillaWiki

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The goal of the project is to run web content in a separate process from Firefox itself. The two major advantages of this model are security and performance. Security would improve because the content processes could be sandboxed (although sandboxing the content processes is a separate project from Electrolysis). Performance would improve because the browser UI would not be affected by poor performance of content code (be it layout or JavaScript)...