Scott Kveton

Technometria: OpenIDDevCamp
54 minutes, 25.2mb, recorded 2008-01-14
Scott Kveton

OpenIDDevCamp was a gathering to develop web-based applications that use OpenID. Attendees included web designers, developers and testers all working together over the weekend to enable OpenID on their sites or just learn more about this technology. Scott joined Phil to discus the event as well as the OpenID concept. He talked about the structure of the camp as well as the background of OpenID, including such topics as OpenID usability and best practices, data portability, and the OpenID 2.0 specification.

Scott Kveton is a digital identity promoter and open source advocate. Scott has worked at Amazon, and JanRain as well as founded the Open Source Lab at Oregon State University. Working closely with projects like Mozilla, Linux, Drupal and Apache led Scott down the identity path and to JanRain in mid-2006. Scott was named to Red Herring’s list of ‘25 Titans in waiting’ in early 2007. Scott speaks publicly about identity and open source, is an avid gardener and is also Internet-ordained performing weddings for family and friends.


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