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Brief update from Google on our work with OpenID. Presented at the OpenID UX Summit in Chicago on Feb 25, 2010 by Joseph Smarr

Brief update from Google on our work with OpenID. Presented at the OpenID UX Summit in Chicago on Feb 25, 2010 by Joseph Smarr

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Update on Google's OpenID Plans for 2010 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Update on OpenID Plans for 2010 OpenID UX Summit, Chicago Joseph Smarr Feb 25, 2010
  • 2. Google strongly believes in the vision of OpenID
    • “ I’m incredibly excited about this unique opportunity to turbo-charge my passionate pursuit of a Social Web that is more open, interoperable, decentralized, and firmly in the control of users .” -- me on joining Google
    • … 5 weeks into my new job, I’m even more excited!
  • 3. What are people asking us for?
  • 4. What are people asking us for?
      • More APIs attached to our OpenID Provider (esp. integration with Buzz)
      • More high-quality OPs (other than Google)
      • Start accepting OpenIDs from other providers (become an RP)
  • 5. What are we doing about it?
  • 6. What are we doing about it?
      • More APIs attached to our OpenID Provider (esp. integration with Buzz)
        • Adding more APIs as quickly as we can build them
          • Buzz now lets us work towards the “virtuous cycle of social discovery”
        • Using open standards for APIs and data wherever possible
          • Portable Contacts, Activity Streams, PubSubHubbub, etc.
        • Supporting OAuth WRAP Profile (in addition to OAuth)
          • Initial live support for some APIs expected in March / April
  • 7. What are we doing about it?
      • More high-quality OPs (other than Google)
        • Participating in OpenID summits (like this one!) and co-hosting with MSFT in April
        • Will be among initial OIX-certified providers in March (for govt adoption)
        • Will continue to maintain a best-in-class OpenID provider and share learnings
  • 8. What are we doing about it?
      • Start accepting OpenIDs from other providers (become an RP)
        • Actually, we’re already an RP for >1000 Google Apps domains!
          • We still feel a lot of RP pain (need separate account to use Google Reader, etc.)
          • Can’t solve login UI with “nascar”  need scalable federation UI (e.g. via webfinger)
        • We’re committed to solving the outstanding RP problems ASAP
          • About to announce deprecation of ClientLogin  moving to OAuth for desktop / mobile
          • Forcing ourselves to get this right for web (e.g. Reader), desktop (e.g. Picasa), and mobile (e.g. gmail on android / blackberry / etc.)
          • Will share as many best practices / lessons / code / etc. as possible
        • Work needed to become a consumer RP is largely the same…
  • 9. So, are we addressing “What an RP Needs”? (my presentation at the last OpenID Summit)
  • 10. What an RP Needs
    • More high-quality OPs
    • Desktop / mobile / API best practices
    • Solution to the “Nascar problem”
    • Confidence that RP users are 1st class
    • Virtuous cycle
  • 11. My conclusions
      • We’re not done yet, but we’re working on all the right things
      • We’re going to make a lot of progress in 2010
      • Let’s go!