[OpenID] My 2 Cents to the OpenID foundation

santrajan santrajan at gmail.com
Thu Apr 2 18:55:11 UTC 2009

No for OpenID they dont seem to require preregistration. problem is with
SHA512 thay are using.

Martin Atkins-2 wrote:
> Allen Tom wrote:
>> santrajan wrote:
>>> As a side note myspace has come out with there own version of OpenID
>>> support, which is not compatible with the OpenID specification. Another
>>> example of vested interests tearing apart the concept of OpenID. 
>> Can you elaborate on this? As far as I can tell, MySpace has implemented 
>> OpenID 2.0 along with the OpenID OAuth Extension. The OpenID  OAuth 
>> Extension is not finalized yet, but there is a  draft spec available.
> MySpaceID currently requires an application to be pre-registered with 
> MySpace, so it doesn't do ad-hoc interop as most OpenID Providers do.
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