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== Summary ==
 
== Summary ==
 
Data portability is about you, the user, being able to move and use <em>your</em> data across <em>space</em> and across <em>time</em>.
 
Data portability is about you, the user, being able to move and use <em>your</em> data across <em>space</em> and across <em>time</em>.
 
See also: [http://opensocialweb.org/ A Bill of Rights for Users of the Social Web].
 
  
 
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** after the event. The original podcast of this session had thought to be (ironically) lost (was published originally at: <nowiki>http://we05.com/podcast/mp3/we05-2-tantek-celik.mp3</nowiki> but we05.com went offline sometime in 2006).  However, I was able to recover a copy of it that had been downloaded from some archives, and as the podcast [http://tantek.com/log/2005/10.html#d02t1813 was originally Creative Commons licensed], I have mirrored it on microformats.org ([http://microformats.org/media/2005/09/we05-14-tantek-celik2.mp3 download mp3]) and linked to it from the [[podcasts-2005|2005 podcasts archive]] page on the wiki. -Tantek
 
** after the event. The original podcast of this session had thought to be (ironically) lost (was published originally at: <nowiki>http://we05.com/podcast/mp3/we05-2-tantek-celik.mp3</nowiki> but we05.com went offline sometime in 2006).  However, I was able to recover a copy of it that had been downloaded from some archives, and as the podcast [http://tantek.com/log/2005/10.html#d02t1813 was originally Creative Commons licensed], I have mirrored it on microformats.org ([http://microformats.org/media/2005/09/we05-14-tantek-celik2.mp3 download mp3]) and linked to it from the [[podcasts-2005|2005 podcasts archive]] page on the wiki. -Tantek
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== see also ==
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* [http://digitalconsumer.org/ DigitalConsumer.org] ([http://digitalconsumer.org/bill.html Bill of Rights])
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* [http://opensocialweb.org/ A Bill of Rights for Users of the Social Web]
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* [http://dataportability.org/ dataportability.org]
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* [http://groups.google.com/group/dataportability-public/ Data portability discussion (Google) group]

Latest revision as of 11:28, 22 September 2013

Data Portability

Summary

Data portability is about you, the user, being able to move and use your data across space and across time.

Expansions

  • your data - whether you created it or purchased it
  • across space - different websites, different devices, different media, different applications, space-shifting in general
  • across time - archiving at one point in time, retrieving at another point in time, time-shifting in general

Relation to microformats

Data portability was, and remains, one of the incentives behind the development of microformats, and now microformats have provided key building blocks for enabling or improving data portability across a variety contexts:

  • contact information portability. hCard has lowered the barrier to sharing contact information on the Web compatibly with the industry standard vCard (RFC 2426) format.
  • event portability. With hCalendar, it is possible to upload an event from one calendar site to another and the portability of iCalendar (RFC 2445) data has also been enhanced for the Web.
  • social-network-portability
  • ...

Previous work

Data portability has been an important topic for quite some time, our work today stands on the shoulders of that earlier work. Here are a few illustrative citations/examples:

see also