OpenID RP Module for Xoops JP. ============================== Author: Nat Sakimura (=nat) Date: 2008-02-10 Copyright: Nat Sakimura (=nat) License: GPL Version: 0.2 PHP OpenID Library: php-openid-2.0.0 DOWNLOAD ======== http://www.sakimura.org/modules/mydownloads/visit.php?cid=1&lid=8 INSTALL ======= 1. Unarchive the files under modules/ directory. 2. Define XOOPS_TRUST_PATH somewhere out of the web accessible path in mainfile.php 3. Create a foloder
Let me make note of my random thougts before I forget. Reputation needs to have an identifier of somebody being scored. The same for who is scoring. For what criteria, this reputation score was made. For the reputation to be aggregatable, it has to have a distribution that we know about the aggregated distribution (such […]
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=masaki has completed the integration of RedMine with OpenID.
On the 26th of October, I went to Liberty Alliance Day 2007 in Tokyo. I was invited to the event as a panelar to speak about OpenID at the cocktail reception, but I attended all the other sessions as well as some of the demos. Panel Discussion in Japan oftern ends up just as a […]
Hatena, one of the major Japanese blog provider, started the support of the OpenID. See http://www.hatena.ne.jp/info/openid for the further details.
Over the dinner at a Tofu restaurant in Ginza, Tokyo, David Recordon and I discussed on what would be the appropriate way of achieving an OP that provide registration and authentication quality: whether to use PAPE or AQE. David
I have developed and deployed the OpenID/XRI authentication module to this site. (http://www.sakimura.org/en/) I am pretty sure that there are rough edges, but please have a try and let me know those. Unfortunately, current server that I use is not too stable so there might be the times that you need to retry 5 min. […]
Talked with Drummond this morning at iiw2007 . Finally getting to know the problem space that he is tackling. I have always been very vague on what he talks on Subject-predicate etc. and graph model etc. Identifier usually is a pointer to an object and nothing more, but what he is trying to do is […]