OpenID – a clash of expectations?

Via Dan Connolly, this from the mod_auth_openid FAQ: Q: Is it possible to limit login to some users, like htaccess/htpasswd does? A: No. It is possible to limit authentication to certain identity providers (by using AuthOpenIDDistrusted and AuthOpenIDTrusted, see the main page for more info). If you want to restrict to specific users that span […]

Flickr (Yahoo) upcoming support for OpenID

According to Simon Willison, Flickr look set to support OpenID by allowing your photostream URL (eg. for me, http://www.flickr.com/photos/danbri/) to serve as an OpenID, ie. something you can type wherever you see “login using OpenID” and be bounced to Flickr/Yahoo to provide credentials instead of remembering yet another password. This is rather good news. For […]

OpenID plugin for WordPress

I’ve just installed Alan J Castonguay’s WordPress OpenID plugin on my blog, part of a cleanup that included nuking 11000+ comments in the moderation queue using the Spam Karma 2 plugin. Apologies if I zapped any real comments too. There are a few left, at least! The OpenID thing appears to “just work”. By which […]