Orange Telecom a couple of months ago was the first Telco worldwide that provided their customers with an OpenID. Last Thursday I had the privilege to be part of the ‘User Centric Mastermind’ panel of the 2nd European Identity Conference, which led to some interesting new insights on how Orange is pushing things further.
Moderated by [...]
Congratulations to David, Scott, the guys at Vidoop and everyone else who was involved in this relaunch! I love the design and the clear structure of the content. This is a big step forward for the OpenID community.
Check it out at openid.net
There has been a lot of discussion on the OpenID marketing mailinglist recently about how to explain OpenID to the not so geeky user. This is also the topic of Carstens post on his blog called “Not so relevant”.
In his well done summary Carsten gives an excellent introduction and steps through the questions “what is [...]
Information Week yesterday released an interesting article on OpenID. Andrew Conry-Murray tries to give an overview of OpenID from its beginnings ’til now and shares his thoughts on the question “OpenID: Can It Become Single Sign-On For The Web?“.
I think it’s important to have this positiv critical view from the outside, as it helps to [...]
Today we launched a frequently asked feature: Showing new comments on the listed sites on the homepage of The OpenID Directory and also delivering them as an RSS-feed.
This feature became important because many site owners stumbled upon new comments and questions only by chance. Therefore we had complaints about sites not responding to their users [...]
To claim ownership of one of the sites that are already listed in the OIDD there is a simple and fully automated procedure. You just have to follow the instructions here.
First login with your OpenID. If this is the first time that you use your OpenID with “The OpenID Directory” we will automatically generate a [...]
I was looking for ways to raise the number of subscriptions to The OpenID Directory for a while because IÂ´m not satisfied with the number of sites represented. I think there are many more sites out there which are worth being published on the OIDD. Some may not even know that thereÂ´s a way to [...]
We are really excited about the new version of “The OpenID Directory” (OIDD) thatÂ´s already running on our development server. At the moment weÂ´re doing some extensive testing.
Before the relaunch there will also be some legal stuff to be clarified and some database cleaning.
Please be patient everybody - good things take some time :).