Now that I've settled into my job at Mashery, I've starting getting a chance to get back to some of my side projects. On the information card and openinfocard front, I am currently looking at getting the selector to export and import cards so that I can synch up my cards amongst my different selectors. More importantly though, I will be in San Francisco for work in little over a week, allowing me to attend and participate in the OSIS User-Centric Identity Interop event at the RSA Conference. While I only play an insignificant role in the openinfocard project, I will be there as part of that project as well as representing my own information card code.
We even have our own logos . Axel did a great job coming up with a logo for openinfocard. As I was up at the PHP Quebec conference when they asked for logos, Julie was kind enough to quickly pull one together for me. With under 24 hours to get it done, no graphic utilitities installed on her new macbook and extremely bad internet bandwidth to even try to download any applications, I think she did a fantastic job.
Anyone interested in participating or seeing demonstration of the identity technologies should be sure to check it out on April 8th and 9th from 11am - 6pm. As I am out there primarily for work, I will most likely will be there later in the day. If you can't make it but are interested in getting involved, interoperability testing is currently underway.
Updated 04-03-2008: The openinfocard logo has been changed to the one now displayed