A new submission to the OpenID Directory that makes sense for almost all of us: An online tool to track your expenses, either your own ones or your shared expenses with friends or groups of people, e.g. when traveling together. The site does not only support OpenID, but also a lot of other accounts like [...]
Ok, here it is: the first AOL product that was “born” with built in OpenID support! The good message is: not only AOL OpenIDs are working with this site, any OpenID should do.
But what is Ficlets all about? Well, itÂ´s like an Web 2.0 approach to collaborative writing. You can write short stories that others [...]
Today we received our second submission in the shop category from shopify.com which launched almost a year ago. First we had some problems to see what is really OpenID about shopify.com, but the we saw these miniature links saying “Use OpenID”. Not a very obvious integration. Also not at the login box right hand at [...]
We had a great new submission on the OpenID Directory today named ziki.com. ItÂ´s hard to describe what Ziki is offering to you, because itÂ´s really a whole bunch of features.
First of all they use your existing SREG-data from your identity provider during the signup process. You type in your OpenID and they simply prefill [...]
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 [...]
Today we had an interesting submission to the social network category. From their own description: “CommonGate is a member-created blog network that makes blogging easy, fun and relevant. Post, share and socialize when you like and how you like - and it automatically collects in your custom home page.” I would like to add: predefined [...]
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 :).