[OpenID] Automating the user's selection of OP
sakimura at gmail.com
Wed Apr 22 07:18:17 UTC 2009
Hey, if you can spec out something, I may allocate some of my R&D
budget to make it.
=nat at San Francisco via iPhone
On 2009/04/21, at 13:29, George Fletcher <gffletch at aol.com> wrote:
> We could use smart software in the browser to handle this (e.g.
> Verisign Seatbelt or Sxipper) but with a much better set of features
> for the user, and better detection of web sites that support OpenID
> (e.g. the Vidoop plugin for flock).
> While we can't ever get away from the need to support "dumb browser"
> experiences, in my mind it makes more sense to optimize for an
> "identity agent" aware device while not precluding the "dumb
> browser" experience. There is a lot we can do to make a seamless
> user-centric experience using an "identity agent" on the user's
> My 2 cents:)
> SitG Admin wrote:
>>> So you are still back to asking the user which OP's he would like
>>> to login
>>> You might as well ask the question at the start itself and set a
>>> cookie for
>>> the user.
>> Which returns you to the problem this was intended to solve: isn't
>> it a bit much to ask the user to type in their OpenID when you can
>> fill it in for them automatically?
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