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Re^3: Concerning Single Sign-on, Bitcard (TypeKey), and OpenID, CACERT client certificate

by ask (Pilgrim)
on Sep 23, 2007 at 21:44 UTC ( #640614=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Concerning Single Sign-on, Bitcard (TypeKey), and OpenID, CACERT client certificate
in thread Concerning Single Sign-on, Bitcard (TypeKey), and OpenID

I don't wish to advocate OpenID exactly (although I do think it's neat). I actually like Bitcard better, but nobody besides rt.cpan uses it as far as I know.

The NTP Pool and CPAN Ratings are other notable users.

I'm planning to add OpenID support to Bitcard, too. The big advantage/difference with Bitcard is that the email addresses you get from Bitcard will be verified etc already, so you can do away with logic to do that in your application. If you just need an identifier that doesn't change then OpenID is all you need.

- ask

ask bjoern hansen, http://www.askbjoernhansen.com/
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