I created myself a Solid community login, to be able to access the Solid roadmap tasks' table. Why does one need a W3C login in order to access the W3C Solid community?
In a time when people work for years on Federated Identities, so many required logins...
I got no answer to the above question. May I kindly ask @hannahshort to ask for an answer at the 4PM call today please?
my name is Jan and I am Computer Science student currently in my 3rd semester of the Master‘s at ITU Copenhagen.
I learned about Solid from RightsCon and would love to contribute to the Solid project in form of a research project (7.5 ECTS course) and a consecutive Master‘s thesis in the 4th semester.
I had a video chat with @Mitzi-Laszlo and she pointed me into this direction. I‘ve also had a look at the Roadmap by Tim, which is hard to decompose as someone who is not as involved yet.
My areas of interest are currently very focused on software development/engineering (which is my study specialization). I also work as a Ruby on Rails backend developer. In my Bachelor‘s thesis I spent a lot of time in the IETF RFCs: HTTP, HTML, URI etc., which I quite enjoyed.
The current structure of my studies with the research project and then thesis, allows me to start off by acquiring knowledge in one field and then do the actual research in my thesis. I hope this makes sense.
Thank you for your time and I hope we can somehow connect and make something work.