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henry.story at bblfish.net
Sun Jan 13 23:34:26 GMT 2008
On 14 Jan 2008, at 00:21, Michael Wechner wrote:
> Henry wrote:
>> <> openid:loginForMoreInfo </login> .
>> --------------------end minimal public
>> A client that retrieves this representation and that recognises
>> the openid:loginForMoreInfo
>> relation (or whatever is decided is the best solution to this
>> problem), may decide that it is worth it identifying itself (how
>> would it decide that? Perhaps this is where if I added the bloom
>> filter described in http://blogs.sun.com/bblfish/entry/my_bloomin_friends
>> to the above representation the client could decide that
>> authentication is worth the trouble...)
>> Anyway so let us say the client ( Beatnik perhaps ) that is owned
>> by Dan Brickley authenticates at <http://bblfish.net/login> with
>> his openid.
> how does the client know this URL? Via the openid:loginForMoreInfo
yes. that was the simple version. At the end of the email I propose
something a little more general, which does not require different
representations to be returned, but allows for more information to be
present in different files. A more sophisticated version of
> As said I think via service would be more appropriate, because there
> are more services than authenticate for more info, but I am very
> fine to start with something very simple which we can agree on for a
> prototype ;-) and then start enhancing
<> more:infoAt [ forGroup FriendsOfMyFriends;
[ forGroup Family;
login </login>] .
</login> a OpenidLoginService .
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