OSIS originally stood for Open Source Identity Selector and started as project to build just that. Eventually its mission evolved and the name was changed (while retaining the OSIS acronym). Many of these pages date back to OSIS' original mission and have been moved here from the main page since they are no longer directly relevant to OSIS today.
- Presentation from IIW 2007a
- Notes from IIW 2006b
- OSIS and the Open Specification Promise
- Microsoft: Open Specification Promise
- ZDNet: OSIS links Internet identity systems (coverage of the announcement at the Harvard/Berkman Identity Mashup Conference)
- Kim Cameron: Open Source Identity Selector Announced
- OSIS announcement at the Harvard/Berkman Identity Mashup Conference
- News.com: Is Open Source Getting to Microsoft?
- Interoperability Space --work in progress
- Microsoft Reference Materials
- Technical Insights
- Chuck Mortimore's implementation of InfoCard in the browser (blog post)
- InfoCard Overview (implementation) by Kim Cameron at IIW
- High-level Architecture
- The following are older wiki pages that have largely been replaced with the expanded Interoperability Section. They are largely for reference. Note that Identity Agent refers to what is now called Identity Selectors