jason at zenenet.com
Fri Nov 11 17:52:05 PST 2005
Christopher E. Granade wrote:
> Steven Roussey wrote:
>> I'm contemplating using OpenID for our site (and other unnamed ones). I have
>> a few questions:
>> 1. Where can I find various user interface examples of
>> implementation (client)?
>> 2. How many (and who are they?) sites use the ID service
>> that have a minimum of 1,000,000 registered users?
>> 3. Is there a PHP implementation of the client and server?
>> Steven Roussey
> I don't know about (3), but the answers to (1) and (2) are LiveJournal
> and LiveJournal. Seriously, LJ has put a lot of work into making OID
> work for them.
> - --Chris
For 3) See http://videntity.org/openid/ for Videntity's PHP-OpenID library.
(Based heavily off the python libraries.)
For 2) One Million Movable Type users? Maybe. Movable Type 3.2
apparently has OpenID support as far as comment authentication
(consumers) goes. I'm unsure if it's TypeKey specifically, or something
built into the software.
See SixApart.com or http://www.sixapart.com/movabletype/ for more details.
Also LiveJournal (and DeadJournal too) as stated above.
1) LiveJournal, as mentioned previously. (DeadJournal also, for the
OpenID.net and the Wiki has a lot of simple integrations.
And the original AJAX+Classic demo loom somewhere, let's see if I can
There it is, the original proof of concept:
The Videntity Wiki has OpenID logins allowed. And the patch is
available for any media wiki administrators.
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