Final (??) 2010 goal for data

December 18th, 2008

Here’s a slightly revised version, based on the Tuesday Air Mozilla / IRC discussion.

Goal: Make the explosion in data safer, more useful and more managable for individuals

  • Products offer people realistic options for understanding, managing, combining, sharing and moving data created by or about them
  • People expect the ability to understand,access, manage, combine, share, and move their data

3 comments for “Final (??) 2010 goal for data”

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    Lennie said on December 22nd, 2008 at 1:28 pm:

    Now that Google is in the webbrowser-business, maybe Mozilla should join Wiki-media to create an open search engine. 😉 Seriously keep up the good work and don’t change diversify to much.

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    Tristan said on December 24th, 2008 at 4:29 am:

    I love this latest version! Adding “understanding” is good, as I think that education is a must for pretty much everyone (but a few people in the industry).

    Dropping the piece about “usage data” was a smart move, too. It was too controversial and the audience has shown that it’s not ready for this. Maybe in a few years from today?

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