[typo] OpenID authenticated comments example

Scott Laird scott at sigkill.org
Tue Jan 17 12:48:18 EST 2006

On Jan 16, 2006, at 7:33 PM, Trejkaz wrote:

> Brian Ellin wrote:
>> I've launched a Typo based blog that uses OpenID to authenticate
>> comments.  I'm interesting in getting some feedback on flow, etc from
>> the Typo developers.  Ideally I'd like to get my changes rolled  
>> into the
>> Typo trunk, so please have a look.  My first post talks about  
>> OpenID and
>> the patches in some detail:
>> http://www.brianellin.com/
>> Leave a comment.... try it out!  If you don't have an OpenID, you can
>> sign up for one at myopenid.com <http://myopenid.com>, videntity.org
>> <http://videntity.org>, or livejournal.com <http://livejournal.com>.
> Sweet!
> Are you going to implement Typo as an OpenID provider as well?  That
> would be _really_ nifty... then it could almost transparently
> authenticate all Typo-based blogs with each other (well, except those
> who turn the feature off, I suppose.)

That'd be really, deeply cool.  I've wanted this for months, but I've  
kind of failed to implement it.  There's one thing to watch out for-- 
it'll be really easy to deadlock on single-thread servers, like  
webrick or fastcgi with 1 process.


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