The voting results are in for the 2010 Board. In addition to a strong group of returning members, we’re glad to see four new members who will bring tremendous value and new perspectives. Marc Frons, CTO of the New York Times Daniel Jacobson, Director of Application Development at NPR John […]
I’m pleased to report the 2009 board election results (listing candidates and number of votes received) are as follows: Elected to serve 2-year terms: Brian Kissel 112 Marc Frons 75 Allen Tom 65 Elected to serve 1-year terms: Joseph Smarr 60 Daniel Jacobson 57 John Bradley 52 Not elected: Dick […]
The new design brings in a slew of new features to their blog with the most important being a “usable” commenting system courtesy of Disqus. That means you can use your Twitter or OpenID login to comment on their site.
It’s been an exciting year. A number of initiatives that were started in 2008 had a direct impact on the success of the platform in the past year, so many thanks to all the organizations and individuals who have contributed. Here’s a quick summary of the state of OpenID. There […]
On 12/9, the OIDF sent our comments to the FCC on “Data Portability and its relationship to broadband“. Below is a copy of the PDF we submitted. TITLE: Comments – NBP Public Notice #21 Docket: GN Docket Nos. 09-47, 09-51, and 09-137 Submit to: http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/ecfs/ Deadline: Wednesday December 9, 2009 […]