jricher at mitre.org
Wed May 16 16:04:47 UTC 2012
Yes, that's exactly what I'm after. For my own facebook account, it
returns "zeronine", which is what I would expect for a "username" on
that service. Since we plan to implement both the OpenID (aka
"facebook") schema and the PoCo schema on our endpoints, I wanted to
make sure we had sufficient overlap in the data model. Plus, from our
IdP, all of our users *do* have unique usernames in addition to (and
separate from) the user IDs we'll be presenting.
On 05/16/2012 11:52 AM, John Bradley wrote:
> In the Facebook case they are exposing the Facebook username. Is that what thou want or an indication of what username they would like?
> I am not against the idea, just wanting to clarify the proposed semantics.
> On 2012-05-16, at 11:27 AM, Justin Richer wrote:
>> Whether or not we want to encourage them, we have systems that will use them. Facebook also has "username" now:
>> So I say we just grab that and be done with it. PoCo has "preferredUsername" for the same purpose. This makes a lot more sense than "nickname", which really has a different (and potentially useful in parallel) semantic behind it.
>> -- Justin
>> On 05/16/2012 11:16 AM, John Bradley wrote:
>>> That is not part of the basic set of attributes Facebook uses, That was where the list originally came from.
>>> I thought that nickname was used by RP for that.
>>> looking at the spec the example of shorting Michael to Mike may be slightly misleading, In my case my nickname is "ve7jtb". The other potential issue is that we don't preclude spaces.
>>> Is there a need for a separate claim that is a single string not including spaces to be used as a local user name.
>>> There is also the question of encouraging local user names.
>>> John B.
>>> On 2012-05-16, at 10:45 AM, Justin Richer wrote:
>>>> I might be missing it, but it seems that there's a gap for specifying a user's preferred local username in the User Info schema. This is distinct from "user_id" which is a guaranteed unique identifier, "name" which is the actual name of the person, "nickname" which is a shortened first name, or anything else that I can see.
>>>> Is there a specific reason for this omission? If not, I'd like us to add in a standard claim for this information.
>>>> -- Justin
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