[p2pu-dev] quick question: how many of you have used LDAP before? (opinions about how to migrate users from the drupal site to lernanta)

Paul Osman paul at mozillafoundation.org
Tue Feb 8 18:39:36 UTC 2011

Will comment on the thread at large as well, but wanted to chime in to 
this specifically:

37 Signals stopped supporting OpenID because of usability and support 
concerns. Their dropping it does not suggest it is waning... they are a 
tiny service compared to Google, Facebook, Yahoo, AOL, etc who all 
support OpenID in various capacities. They make a lot of noise, but 
there are still 65000+ relying parties out there.

OpenID is secure. Implementations can be secure, but there are not any 
problems with the actual protocol that I am aware of (and I watch this 
space fairly closely).


On 02/08/2011 01:21 PM, Stian Håklev wrote:
> OpenID seems to be on the wane - some services have even removed
> provision of it (37 Signals, they wrote about it here):
> http://productblog.37signals.com/products/2011/01/well-be-retiring-our-support-of-openid-on-may-1.html
> I've also read that it's not very secure.
> Do you guys actually use OpenID on most of the sites you visit? Would
> most P2PU users do so?
> Stian
> On Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 13:11, Jessica Ledbetter
> <jessica at jessicaledbetter.com <mailto:jessica at jessicaledbetter.com>> wrote:
>     On Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 1:09 PM, John Britton
>     <public at johndbritton.com <mailto:public at johndbritton.com>> wrote:
>      > I'd really like to see us using
>      > OpenID.
>     +1
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