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An integrated Atlassian thanks to OpenSocial (Q&A)

OpenSocial started out as a way to blend consumer Web application data over the Internet, but it also has use behind the firewall, as Atlassian found.

By December 18, 2009


8 OpenSocial apps worth trying out

OpenSocial might not be Facebook's app platform, but it still has some neat apps that are worth giving a whirl, from PollDaddy to Stunt Pilot.

By June 11, 2009


Web companies settle on OpenSocial 0.9 specs

The latest incarnation of the standard for building Web applications is now in draft form.

By December 18, 2008


Netvibes gets new layouts and OpenSocial support

Netvibes gets new widget layouts and support for OpenSocial and Facebook Connect, giving users an easy way to customize and share content.

By December 8, 2008


OpenSocial turns one, previews version 0.9

OpenSocial is just over a year old and already well on its way to reaching a billion registered users by the end of 2009. We get a look at the future of the platform.

By November 13, 2008


Ning's OpenSocial support goes live

The social-network builder now has a directory of about 30 applications built with the open-source technology.

By October 10, 2008


International flavor comes to OpenSocial with translation app

Created by social network Hi5, the tool will let developers "crowdsource" the translation of their app content so that they may have broader geographic reach.

By September 24, 2008


Google forms OpenSocial Foundation to woo friends

Social networks are designed to be all about friends, right? Yet when it comes to the competition behind the scenes at social networks, that '70s song by War, "Why can't we be friends?" comes to mind.

By September 5, 2008


The OpenSocial roadmap

Google's Joe Kraus provides an update on OpenSocial, the set of APIs rolled out late last year for creating applications that can access friends and feeds from social networks.

By August 20, 2008


AOL signs on to OpenSocial developer standard

While it'll be one of the biggest partners in the Google-created project, AOL does not plan a formal announcement. Its social network, Bebo, is already a member.

By May 28, 2008