Getting OpenID Into the Browser - O'Reilly Radar
Getting OpenID Into the Browser - O'Reilly Radar - http://radar.oreilly.com/2008/12/getting-openid-into-the-browse.html10分でわかるOpenIDの概念と用語集 - livedoor ディレクター Blog(ブログ)
I call this the “social cloud,” meaning that “social” will be integrated with the web so that you don’t think about it anymore. Charlene Li calls this same idea “social networks become like air.” The web itself is like this — following links seems like second nature to us because we know a URL can take us anywhere. -- (on OpenSocial and other things)
In this Q&A-style post, Kevin delves into the standards that make up the emerging open social stack (OpenID, OAuth, Portable Contacts, and OpenSocial), looking at the infrastructure problems they address, and exploring some of the live implementations, including Plaxo and Google Friend Connect.Facebook in 2010: no longer a walled garden - O'Reilly Radar
A lot of what I've been working on the past two years has been built on the assumption that the model that social networks use today will fundamentally change. Social networks have largely been built on the premise of being walled gardens in such a way that users can't communicate or share content or friends across networks; put simply this is what keeps a Facebook user from being able to send a message to a MySpace user.Twitter API Wiki / Sign in with Twitter
pattern of authentication that allows users to connect their Twitter account with third-party services in as little is one click. It utilizes OAuth and although the flow is very similar, the authorization URL and workflow differs slightly as described below.
Use your twitter account as an openID account to sign-inmixi Developer Center
学習補強サービス。活用する。Hueniverse: Introducing 'Sign-in with Twitter', OAuth-Style "Connect"
adding site sign-in using twitter
Interesting differentiations between OpenID and OAuth ... neither of which I have played with that much. But twitter has recently implemented an OAuth solution.
From Hueniversewebfinger - Project Hosting on Google Code
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Back in the day you could, given somebody's UNIX account (email address), type finger firstname.lastname@example.org and get some information about that person, whatever they wanted to share: perhaps their office location, phone number, URL, current activities, etc. The finger protocol, sadly, died. Fast-forward to Web 2.0. We're currently bickering about how we do interop between all these social web services, and even how we represent a person's identity. The two main identity identifier camps are email addresses and URLs.
Google Code Project Page for "WebFinger" protocol
We're bringing back the finger protocol, but using HTTP this time.
from here, it should be downhill to world-wide, usable identity
WebFinger is about making email addresses more valuable, by letting people attach public metadata to themDjango-SocialAuth - Login via twitter, facebook, openid, yahoo, google using a single app. — The Uswaretech Blog - Django Web Development
Here is an app to allow logging in via twitter, facebook, openid, yahoo, google, which should work transparently with Django authentication system.
TL;DR version: Here is an app to allow logging in via twitter, facebook, openid, yahoo, google, which should work transparently with Django authentication system. (@login_required, User and other infrastructure work as expected.) Demo and Code.Longer version follow:Google is Now an OpenID Provider - ReadWriteWeb
give Google Account users the option to sign in to websites with their Google credentials and without having to sign up for a new account at those sites
rd data formats such as Portable Contacts and OpenSocial REST APIs."OpenID: Now more powerful and easier to use! | OpenID
This is the way the web should work. Facebook - pleas join this!
Google, Yahoo! and MySpace support for OpenIDSocial Web’s Big Question: Federate or Aggregate? - GigaOM
was kommt nach dem web 2.0? http://is.gd/9GuC #geekstuff [from http://twitter.com/doktordab/statuses/1861274928]
A Power “communicator” will allow you to send information to all your friends across networks with the ease of sending an email. “This is just like Meebo,” Vachani insisted, where they log in to and constantly interact with the service. It doesn’t use any APIs, and all the magic happens using this technology developed by the company. Vachani called it “intelligent proxy.” I have asked for more details to understand how exactly it works.
The big question facing the social web depends on the direction it needs to take. A sharp increase in the number of web services and social networks has many of us yearning for a single sign-on, which has led to the idea of “federation.”
as well as other web services. It is not the first startup of its kind. Several others — MyLifeBrand
A sharp increase in the number of web services and social networks has many of us yearning for a single sign-on, which has led to the idea of “federation.” On the flip side, we also want one place to manage our diverse web services in one place — in other words, aggregation.Facebook Connect vs Google Friend Connect: Fight!
The differences between Facebook Connect and Google Friend ConnectThe open, social web | FactoryCity
Open Social Web - Presentation
Chris Messina of OpenID, Citizen Agency, and Flock fame, presents on the open, social web.jQuery OpenID Plug-in
jQuery OpenID Plug-inゼロから学ぶOAuth：第1回 OAuthとは？―OAuthの概念とOAuthでできること｜gihyo.jp … 技術評論社
The Dam Just Broke: Facebook Opens Up to OpenID - http://ow.ly/83c3 [from http://twitter.com/barbhd34/statuses/1859036448]
RT @rww Facebook Opens Up to OpenID; http://bit.ly/fNmJE (via @tweetmeme) [from http://twitter.com/jcookaz/statuses/1841594646]
RT: @rww: The Dam Just Broke: Facebook Opens Up to OpenID http://bit.ly/I5Pjv [from http://twitter.com/CircleReader/statuses/1840467882]
In a few minutes Facebook will become the biggest example of a social network that allows users to log-in with OpenID credentials granted to them by other companies' websites. Major networks have said for months that their ID could be used as OpenID, but becoming "relying parties" that accepted OpenID from elsewhere was the step everyone was waiting for. The dam has broken.
5/18/09 In a few minutes Facebook will become the biggest example of a social network that allows users to log-in with OpenID credentials granted to them by other companies' websites.Official Google Data APIs Blog: Bringing OpenID and OAuth Together
Every OAuth provider should encapsulate OAuth authorization inside OpenID. Better UX, lesser redirects http://bit.ly/7qbfPB
OAuth-enabled APIs suYour Gmail Account is Now An OpenID
RT @tweetlicius: Your Gmail Account is Now An OpenID - http://tcrn.ch/aAxVXq
You may not know it, but you probably have an OpenID. If you have a Yahoo account, you have an OpenID. If you have a Windows Live account, you will soon have an OpenID. And today, if you have a Google e-mail account, you can also start using your Gmail address as an OpenID. By joining the OpenID movement, Google completes the trifecta and adds all of its Gmail users to the hundreds of millions of Yahoo and Windows Live accounts that can also be used as a single login for any Website that accepts OpenID. While Google is more than happy to become an issuer of OpenIDs, what is not so clear is whether it will accept other OpenIDs for people who want to sign up for Google services.
Google appears to be an OpenID “provider,” not a “relying party.” In other words, you cannot sign into Google with your Yahoo account. But this still helps the OpenID movement as a whole because it gives smaller sites more incentive to join as “relying parties.” Among the first sites to accept Gmail accounts for sign in are Zoho and Plaxo.Google Code Blog: Google OpenID API - taking the next steps
Google Abandons Standards, Forks OpenID http://ow.ly/1NncJ
well they're not Microsoft but well on their way
OpenIDHow to Set Up OpenID on Your Own Domain
2 lines of HTML code make your domain map to an openid provider... meaning you can type $DOMAIN_NAME into an openid space and not (gmail|yahoo|etc)
OpenID is an open standard for logging onto various web services with a single digital identity. The tool puts your online identity back in your hands—and as it turns out, OpenID on your own domain is surprisingly easy.
lifehacker.com: Setting up OpenID thru your own domainHow to Set Up OpenID on Your Own Domain | Smarterware
For some reason I was under the mistaken impression that setting up an OpenID on my own domain, ginatrapani.org, would be a big hassle: that I'd have to host my own OpenID server software and that it would take all sorts of installation and maintenance BS to do so. I feel strongly about owning my identity online, mapping it to my nameplate domain, and actively choosing an authorizing party instead of just accepting the sign-in service du jour like Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, or Google. Still, I never got set up with OpenID on ginatrapani.org because my perceived hassle factor was daunting. Instead, I used idproxy.net for my OpenID and put the domain setup on my "someday I have to do that" list. It meant that my OpenID was ginatrapani.idproxy.net instead of my own domain. Idproxy is a great service and I thank them for getting me started with OpenID; but still, I want my OpenID URL to be a domain name I own and control.How to Set Up OpenID on Your Own Domain | Smarterware
Profiles as an OpenID provider and to Chris for a great discussion of OpenID, OAuth, and verifying identity on the web.