Presenters: Christoph Fabianek, Chris Lee, Harri Honko, Salman Farmanfarmaian, Tom Haegemans, Jeongwook Hwang, Mehdi Medjaoui
Session host: Joss Langford
Goal: Focused on application development, but open to a wider audience, this session will explore how personal servers and datastores (PDSs) can interoperate, and how PDS interoperability relates to other initiatives based on MyData principles.
Description: We want to live in a world where we each have our own Personal Data Stores (PDSs), that can hold our own personal data, communicate with third-party apps, and with each other. The Common Endpoints for Personal data-Stores and servers (CEPS) starts to define this interoperability, by allowing 3rd party applications to be written once to work with any PDS. The session explores CEPS and its applications, in relation to ‘interoperability’ as it is implemented across geographies and domains.