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----- Forwarded message from Russ DeVeau <russ@projectliberty.org> -----

Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2007 17:29:05 -0500
From: "Russ DeVeau" <russ@projectliberty.org>
Subject: LIBERTY ALLIANCE INVITATION - Federation, Web Services, Open Source and Web 2.0 Converge in Redwood City January 22
To: <pr@lugod.org>

Hey Bill -- Russ DeVeau with Liberty Alliance here -- been about two
years since we've chatted. I wanted to make sure you received a
personal invitation to the Liberty 2.0 event we're holding on the
22nd. This free event (with lunch served) is designed for developers
building identity-based applications and business and government
representatives deploying or moving to deploy identity-based
services. There's a focus on convergence and open source, with the
goal of delivering better security, privacy and interoperability
across identity-based applications. Hope you can make it -- feel free
to pass this invite to others as appropriate. Thanks, Bill. -- Russ

Link to Liberty 2.0 registration
http://www.events.projectliberty.org/details.php?id=5. 

Link to Liberty 2.0 agenda
http://projectliberty.org/news_events/events/liberty_2_0_workshop



----- Original Message ----- 
From: Russ DeVeau 
To: Russ DeVeau 
Sent: Wednesday, January 03, 2007 4:25 PM
Subject: LIBERTY ALLIANCE INVITATION - Federation, Web Services, Open Source and Web 2.0 Converge in Redwood City January 22


Liberty Alliance today announced "Liberty 2.0," a public event to
focus on the benefits convergence in the identity sector can bring to
governments, enterprises, organizations and consumers
worldwide. Liberty 2.0 brings together identity experts to examine
where identity initiatives such as federation, Web services,
SOAs. open source identity initiatives, social networking, and Web 2.0
applications cross paths in order to help speed the development and
deployment of interoperable and more secure and privacy respecting
identity-based applications. Liberty 2.0 will provide developers with
new tools and resources for building interoperable user-centric
applications that incorporate security and privacy at their
core. Enterprises and organizations will learn how Liberty's proven
interoperable identity specifications can be applied to a variety of
Web 2.0 applications. This free event is taking place in Redwood City,
CA on January 22, 2007 from 10am - 4:00pm. Liberty Alliance invites
you to attend. Registration and more information is available at
http://www.events.projectliberty.org/details.php?id=5. The entire
press release follows.

Liberty Alliance has made spokespersons available to discuss Liberty
2.0. Please let me know if I can put you in touch with someone. --
Thanks! -- Russ

Russell DeVeau
Liberty Alliance
www.projectliberty.org
954-763-1038- Office
908-251-1549 - Mobile
russ@projectliberty.org
AOL IM (Russell DeVeau): devcommruss   

Federation, Web Services, Open Source and Web 2.0 Converge in Redwood
City January 22

Liberty Alliance hosts "Liberty 2.0" event to showcase the benefits of
convergence in the identity sector and to highlight new tools and
resources for the open source developer community

Liberty Alliance - January 3, 2007 - Liberty Alliance, the global
identity consortium working to build a more trusted Internet for
consumers, governments and businesses worldwide, today announced
"Liberty 2.0," a free public event to be held on Monday, January 22 in
Redwood City from 10am - 4:00pm at the Sofitel Hotel in Redwood
Shores. Liberty 2.0 brings together identity experts to examine where
current identity management solutions such as federation, user-centric
identity, Web services, SOAs, social networking, open source identity
and Web 2.0 cross paths and the consumer and business benefits of
industry-wide convergence of digital identity management
initiatives. Presenters at this educational and highly interactive
event include:

 
Conor Cahill (http://conorcahill.blogspot.com) with Intel, discussing
the security and privacy capabilities Liberty Web Services offers Web
2.0 applications and the advanced client capabilities currently in
development within Liberty Alliance;

John Kemp (http://appliedlife.blogspot.com) with Nokia, leading an
interactive developer's tutorial and presenting new open source tools
and resources to help developers incorporate SAML 2.0 functionality
into a variety of Web services applications;

Paul Madsen (http://connectid.blogspot.com) Co-chair of the Liberty
Alliance Technology Expert Group, providing an overview of identity
standards available today for more secure and privacy respecting
social networking;

Eve Maler (http://www.xmlgrrl.com/blog) with Sun Microsystems,
reviewing ID-WSF basics and providing a pragmatic look at identity Web
services and the business needs addressed in Liberty's ID-WSF
technology;

Mary Ruddy (http://sp.typepad.com/blog) Co-founder of
SocialPhysics.org, presenting an overview of Project Higgins,
including use-cases and how developers might work with Higgins at the
building block level.

"The January 22 event mirrors the Liberty Alliance model of bringing
diverse organizations together to collectively address and solve the
technology, business and privacy challenges involved in successful
digital identity management," said Brett McDowell, executive director
of the Liberty Alliance. "Liberty 2.0 will demonstrate how the
convergence of enterprise identity management systems, open source
identity initiatives and many of today's Web 2.0 applications can
speed the deployment of more secure and trusted digital identity
management solutions to users worldwide."

About Liberty 2.0

With opening remarks by Roger Sullivan
(http://blogs.oracle.com/rogersullivan/), vice president of Oracle
Identity Management, Liberty 2.0 is open to all developers,
enterprises and organizations interested in learning about the
benefits of convergence in the identity sector. Liberty 2.0 will
provide developers with new tools and resources for building
interoperable user-centric applications that incorporate security and
privacy at their core. Enterprises and organizations will learn how
Liberty's proven interoperable identity specifications can be applied
to a variety of Web 2.0 applications. Information about how to
register for Liberty 2.0 as well as the complete agenda is available
at http://www.events.projectliberty.org/details.php?id=5

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----- End forwarded message -----

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-bill!
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