Summit2013/Sessions/The Web We Want/SC2

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Mozilla Summit2013 : The Web We Want

Notes from 14:45 Santa Clara session Etherpad:


Welcome to the Mozilla Summit Santa Clara "The Web We Want" session Etherpad! Session hashtag: #mozwww URLs:

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Attendees / Notetakers:

The Room We Want

  • architecture influences conversation

The Web We Want

  • easy to publish & generate content (Luke Pacholski - Chicago)
  • private (John - Rochester)
  • fast (Brian - Ontario)
  • always available (Boris Prpic, Belgrade, Serbia)
  • connects me with people & communities (Tim Abraldes - Portland)
  • Persona instead of Facebook Connect (Jake - Phoenix)
  • Easy to use and makes me work better (Liu Xing - China)
  • content discovery easier than it already is (Mike - SF)
  • promote opportunity for everyone (Alan - Philipines)
  • real-world quality high-speed communication (Will - SF)
  • knows what I want (Jayde - Bangalore)
  • connects people that I need to be connected with even if I don't know who they are, and not connected to those I don't want to be connected with (Steve Fink - San Carlos)
  • democratic to share informtion (Owen - Seattle)
  • brings out the best in people, and not the worst (Will - Montreal)
  • control over what information of mine and my devices are used (Gian Carlo - Belgium)
  • information, knowledge (Florian - Germany)
  • easy to find something that I'm looking for (Anthony - Vancouver)
  • complete anonymity (Tanvi)
  • reliable (Mike - SF)
  • complete remove yourself from it you want to (Hamilton - SF)
  • write apps with without worrying about any hardware (Kyle - Toronto)
  • communicate with people who have different culture and language easily (Pin - Beijing)
  • that is not controlled by anybody (Boris Prpic, Belgrade, Serbia)
  • easier, that I don't have to make settings for and login for (Owen - Seattle)
  • makes it easy to have private communications that are safe & secure (Tim)
  • you don't have to think about (Will - SF)
  • based on use-cases, not products/silos (John - Rochester)
  • where small changes like font-size don't break pages (Gian Carlo - Belgium)
  • accessible (Gian Carlo - Belgium)
  • play a part in education (Mike - SF)
  • play a part in medicine (Mike - SF)
  • sharing content is more standardized
  • less dominated by advertising (Craig - Oakland)
  • integrates smoothly with my daily activities so that it's not the web or my life, but the web and my life (Steve Fink - San Carlos)
  • follows me across devices that I use (Brian - Ontario)
  • everything for free [as in beer] (Pin - China)
  • incentive structure that contributes to creating good stuff, discourages producing crap (Steve Fink - San Carlos)
  • empower each person's voice (Hyeonseok Shin - Korea)
  • won't intrude on my life that I won't overuse or misuse (Alan - Philipines)
  • web in like everything I touch, car, doorknob (Owen - Seattle)
  • everywhere in an unobtrusive (Craig - Oakland)
  • same experience irrespective of resources/hardware (Vinil - India)
  • not in my OS, but is my OS (Mike - Rochester)
  • use offline (Gian Carlo - Belgium)
  • beautiful (Will - SF)
  • more than pixels, engages my other senses (Steve Fink - San Carlos)
  • comprehensive (Will - SF)
  • no stale links doesn't disappear in 5 years (Craig - Oakland)
  • that Yahoo can't shutdown (Craig - Oakland)
  • everyone owns their own identity and own data, especially if they own their own domain name (Tantek - SF)
  • where I can't be tricked / spoofed by others (Chiung Hui - Taiwan)
  • safer to make payments (Ramona - Romania)
  • where you can change who you are, change your profile, identity
  • can have multiple identities, can attach different identities based on the context (e.g. student, employees)

Clustering the Web We Want

Privacy, Security, Identity, Safety

Easier and empowering to use

Encourages creativity and generating content

Reliable

Communicating and Connecting with People

Decentralized and User Control

Customization and Personalization

Development and Standards

Society Improvement

Alternative Business Models

Privacy, Security, Identity, Safety

  • private - e.g. encrypted email (John - Rochester)
  • where I can't be tricked / spoofed by others (Chiung Hui - Taiwan)
  • safer to make payments (Ramona - Romania)
  • complete anonymity (Tanvi)
  • complete remove yourself from it you want to (Hamilton - SF)
  • makes it easy to have private communications that are safe & secure (Tim)
  • where you can change who you are, change your profile, identity
  • can have multiple identities, can attach different identities based on the context (e.g. student, employees)
  • where I can't be tricked / spoofed by others (Chiung Hui - Taiwan)
  • safer to make payments (Ramona - Romania)

Easier and empowering to use

  • fast (Brian - Ontario)
  • Easy to use and makes me work better (Liu Xing - China)
  • content discovery easier than it already is (Mike - SF)
  • real-world quality high-speed communication (Will - SF)
  • knows what I want (Jaydev - Bangalore)
  • accessible without devices (Girish -India)
  • easier to make payments on (Rob - Oregon)
  • easier, that I don't have to make settings for and login for (Owen - Seattle)
  • you don't have to think about (Will - SF)
  • where small changes like font-size don't break pages (Gian Carlo - Belgium)
  • accessible (Gian Carlo - Belgium)
  • integrates smoothly with my daily activities so that it's not the web or my life, but the web and my life (Steve Fink - San Carlos)
  • follows me across devices that I use (Brian - Ontario)
  • everything for free [as in beer] (Pin - China)
  • beautiful (Will - SF)
  • more than pixels, engages my other senses (Steve Fink - San Carlos)

Encourages Creativity and generating content

  • democratic to share informtion (Owen - Seattle)
  • empower each person's voice (Hyeon Seok - Korea)
  • easy to publish & generate content (Luke Pacholski - Chicago)
  • view source web as opposed to minified JS/CSS

Reliable

  • always available (Boris Prpic, Belgrade, Serbia)
  • reliable (Mike - SF)
  • no stale links doesn't disappear in 5 years (Craig - Oakland)
  • doesn't always require you to re-connect, is always reliable
  • that Yahoo can't shutdown (Craig - Oakland)

Communicating and Connecting with people

  • connects people that I need to be connected with even if I don't know who they are, and not connected to those I don't want to be connected with (Steve Fink - San Carlos)
  • connects me with people & communities (Tim Abraldes - Portland)
  • offers the same quality of experience to everyone, no matter where you are ( - )
  • communicate with people who have different culture and language easily (Pin - Beijing)

Decentralized and User Control

  • Persona instead of Facebook Connect (Jake - Phoenix)
  • that is not controlled by anybody (Boris Prpic, Belgrade, Serbia)
  • based on use-cases, not products/silos (John - Rochester)
  • that Yahoo can't shutdown (Craig - Oakland)
  • everyone owns their own identity and own data, especially if they own their own domain name (Tantek - SF)

Customization and Personalization

  • kid-friendly web for children (Rob - Oregon)
  • can give small amounts of data if you're constrained (Will - SF)
  • understandable to the extent that anyone wants to can - as shallow or deep as people want (Asa - MV)
  • adapts to my context, where I am, what time it is there ( - )

Development and Standards

  • write apps with without worrying about any hardware (Kyle - Toronto)
  • sharing content is more standardized ( - )
  • open standards are important, being patent-free. more important than open source (Gian Carlo - Belgium)
  • view source web as opposed to minified JS/CSS

Society Improvement

  • play a part in education (Mike - SF)
  • play a part in medicine (Mike - SF)
  • brings out the best in people, and not the worst (Will - Montreal)

Alternative Business Models

  • less dominated by advertising (Craig - Oakland)
  • incentive structure that contributes to creating good stuff, discourages producing crap (Steve Fink - San Carlos)
  • promote eeconomic opportunity for everyone (Alan - Philipines)