posted message: An email to Blaine Cook [ Twitter @blaine ] .. Hi Blaine, Thanks again for any help / support that you can give our study group in learning all about Webfinger. Do you have any thoughts how we should structure our learning? I was thinking broadly that for each protocol in the OStatus stack we could work with the support of a leading expert(s) and do something along the following lines .. 0. Initial meet up on an etherpad, .. to to get started & document what we will do 1. Watch this & this 2. Read this & that 3. Try and do this 4. Meet up again on an etherpad, .. to discuss & document what we have learned 5. Rinse and repeat Please come and join our P2PU working group http://p2pu.org/en/groups/federated-social-web/ Best, Paul
posted message: Shall we begin by looking at a particular protocol, learning how to work together to become more and more familiar with the (current) specification by building simple things and using / exploring tools and services that are already available. Perhaps we could look at Webfinger first? Thought: It would be great as an outcome of all of us looking at say Webfinger to produce some simple tasks that could be used as basis for Hackasaurus tools to get school kids of senior age hacking the federated social web.