XMPP untethered – serverless messaging in the core?

In the XMPP session at last february’s FOSDEM I gave a brief demo of some NoTube work on how TV-style remote controls might look with XMPP providing their communication link. For the TV part, I showed Boxee, with a tiny Python script exposing some of its localhost HTTP API to the wider network via XMPP. […]

Remote remotes

I’ve just closed the loop on last weekend’s XMPP / Apple Remote hack, using Strophe.js, a library that extends XMPP into normal Web pages. I hope I’ll find some way to use this in the NoTube project (eg. wired up to Web-based video playing in OpenSocial apps), but even if not it has been a […]

Graph URIs in SPARQL: Using UUIDs as named views

I’ve been using the SPARQL query language to access a very ad-hoc collection of personal and social graph data, and thanks to Bengee’s ARC system this can sit inside my otherwise ordinary WordPress installation. At the moment, everything in there is public, but lately I’ve been discussing oauth with a few folk as a way […]