bill at funnymonkeydata.com
Mon Jul 31 13:19:26 UTC 2006
We just launched an open source project (http://openacademic.org)
centered around the use of Drupal, Moodle, Elgg, and Mediawiki in
education -- we are using OpenID for SSO, with Drupal as an OpenID
client -- we will be working with the existing Drupal OpenID module to
make some upgrades/improvements -- we'd love to work with folks to get
And hey, if we can get 5000 for Drupal in the process, so much the
better :) --
From reading the bounty page (http://iwantmyopenid.org/bounty), I see
this: "Implement OpenID 2.0 support as a Relying Party (RP) or Identity
Provider (IdP)" -- I'm assuming that for the bounty they want the app to
work both as an OpenID client and server, but this seems to imply that
just one would do it. Do they mean *and* instead of *or* ?
Anyways -- we will be moving ahead with this development, and would
welcome any folks who want to help.
Dries Buytaert wrote:
> Hello world,
> take a look at http://iwantmyopenid.org/.
> "Soon we will be granting $5,000 USD directly to ten open-source
> projects that successfully implement OpenID."
> I talked to Scott Kveten (CEO of Janrain) and Corey Shields (OSL) and
> they would be willing to wire the $5,000 USD directly to OSL so they
> can buy us an additional machine, something which we might need in
> the near future.
> I think this makes for a good opportunity to implement OpenID into
> Drupal core, and to get rid of our own distributed authentication
> framework. We talked about this earlier, and I believe there was a
> consensus about the fact we should adopt a standard.
> I believe that OpenID is they way to go so even without a bounty it
> would be of "strategic importance".
> Dries Buytaert :: http://www.buytaert.net/
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