[OpenID] Teenagers do not need OpenID
scott at janrain.com
Sat Jan 27 19:52:14 UTC 2007
> I'm lost: how can I import "friend" from network A to network B, if he
> doesn't have account on network B? And if he has an account, what's
> the problem?
Let's say you have a list of friends on network A ... That list is made up
of their OpenID's. If you go over to network B and it supports OpenID, you
could import those friends very easily. The concern that Dave and others
have stated is about permission from your contacts to move that data from
network A to network B. Based on how users are using the Internet today, I
think this would be an extremely handy function to have.
I'm with Dick on this one. I'd prefer to make technologies that help make
users lives easier.
> 2007/1/27, Paul Madsen <paulmadsen at rogers.com>:
>> How might the friend's wishes be collected and recorded so as to inform
>> my later actions? Different friends will certainly have different
>> expectations as to what is appropriate. Should I just remember? post it
>> notes by the laptop?
>> And, once recorded, should such wishes be ignored by the 'LinkedIn
>> Export Friends Mechanism' (or the Orkut Import Friends Mechanism') ?
>> Martin Atkins wrote:
>>> Paul Madsen wrote:
>>>> Hi Scott, I think you are missing Dave's concern.
>>>> Your contacts , as a slice of your identity, are special - there are two
>>>> users in the relationship who will have an opinion on moving your data
>>>> from LinkedIn to Orkut, you and your contacts.
>>>> In this case, simply making things easier, without ensuring there are
>>>> sufficient controls for both users to consent and control, is not a step
>>> If you can't trust your friends to respect your wishes in this regard,
>>> I'd argue that you need better friends.
>>> This is a social problem, not a technological one.
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