Facebook CEO Mark Zuckenberg is striking a more conciliatory tone today in the open-source ID skirmish that Google Friend Connect ignited.
He said in Tokyo today that Google introduced the portable utility --- which essentially takes your Facebook information off for a ride --- without first consulting Facebook, and that his company has concerns that personal information will be shared without the user's knowledge.
Having said that, the CEO isn't stirring the pot. Google makes good products and there ought to be a way to work with them, he observed. They just need to talk.