[OpenID] Where can I get a free i-name?

Owen Davis owen at idcommons.net
Fri Jan 12 17:04:12 UTC 2007


Folks might be interested to know that any i-name hosted at Linksafe  
can also create delegated community i-names and offer the same free i- 
names that we offer through @freeid.  Even @freeid*names can create  
delegated names.

Cheers!

=owen

On Jan 11, 2007, at 9:50 PM, Tan, William wrote:

> I'm starting a community that is meant for technical users wanting to
> experiment with XRI resolution. It's alpha but works.
> Go to http://xrid.net/ and get a @xrid community name.
>
> There's little or no documentation right now, but I will probably  
> write
> something up during the weekend.
>
> =wil
>
> Marcin Jagodziński wrote:
>> Simon,
>>
>> have a look at:
>>
>> http://linksafe.wordpress.com/2006/09/19/get-a-free-i-name-from- 
>> linksafe/
>>
>> regards
>>
>> Marcin Jagodzinski
>> http://identity20.pl/
>>
>> 2007/1/10, Simon Willison <simon at simonwillison.net>:
>>
>>> Hi all,
>>>
>>> A few people have tried logging to my blog using an i-name. It sort-
>>> of works, because I've built my implementation on top of the JanRain
>>> libraries which handle i-names transparently. I want to test it
>>> properly, but I don't want to shell out $20/year just for testing.
>>>
>>> I understand that @somecommunity*someuser i-names can exist. Is  
>>> there
>>> anywhere I can sign up for a free i-name by taking advantage of  
>>> this?
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Simon Willison
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