Can't speak for anyone but myself, but I couldn't use any solution that does not give me access to at least the lowest common denominator of data for these sites: users, groups, contacts, etc. Just about every useful application that I can think of involves mixing in with these constructs and possibly extending them with additional functionality.

I'm hoping that Open Social provides access to this information in an abstract way. If it does, I might be able to shelve my current project and move right into building end user applications.

Mats Norén wrote:
What kind of support are we talking about?
Being able to build applications or retrieving information from FB or MySpace?
Or both?


On Nov 9, 2007 9:16 AM, Stefan Fußenegger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I'd be interested in Facebook and Open Social support. However, I don't have
any experience with either of them.

It would be extremely cool to have a common interface for both of them -
write once run everywhere.

I would also help implementing it. I don't have much time to spend tough.
For my project, facebook and open social support won't be required within
the next 6 month. (But it would be cool to have.)

-- Stefan

Jonathan Locke wrote:
I'd like to get facebook support into Wicket.  If anyone out there has
interest and would like to cooperate(particularly anyone with Facebook
experience), please get in touch with me.  Thanks.

Stefan Fußenegger // looking for a nicer domain ;)
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