One of the reasons why I am working with Solid is that it embraces interoperability as one of its core values. But there is a lot of nuance about what that looks like in practice. In this blog post, I share my thoughts on the topic. https://noeldemartin.com/blog/interoperable-serendipity
If you enjoyed this post, we have been talking about it in the Solid Forum and the Zero Data Chat:
@noeldemartin afraid I broadened the scope of the topic a bit in response to another reaction on the forum thread 😳
But where it relates to #interoperability is that imho all the social aspects of people 'interoperating' during the specification process are key to the success of the #Solid project as a whole.
Do people broadly understand the objectives, the process? Are they involved and engaged? Does it address their needs?
I find it hard to gauge if this is well addressed in #SolidProject.
@humanetech cool, thanks for letting me know :D
I still have to read your response in the forum, but I think it's ok to talk about that, you can't always separate tech from people. If it goes too much off topic you can always branch into a new topic.
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