[wp-hackers] GSoC 2008 Proposal: Core OpenID Support
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Wed Mar 19 16:51:28 GMT 2008
> And I don't buy the argument that if there was more OpenID support,
> there'd be more OpenID users.
There would obviously be at least one more, so the question would be "how
many" (assuming that's somehow a metric).
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Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] GSoC 2008 Proposal: Core OpenID Support
I'm with Lloyd on this one. OpenID is clumsy to work with, does not
have sufficient user uptake, and is just as much work or more to get
a site registered with your Identity provider. And I don't buy the
argument that if there was more OpenID support, there'd be more
For those that find OpenID useful, let them be served by the plugins.
For everyone else, we'll stick to our login form.
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