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    WordPress + OAuth WordPress + OAuth Presentation Transcript

    • WordPress + OAuth Will Norris http://will.norris.name/ WordCamp SF 2008 2008 Aug 16
    • Will Norris Early 2007 Dec 2007 April 2008 DiSo - seeking a viable model for a distributed social network components - people, friends, identity, activities, sharing & permissions, messaging, groups Vidoop - strong authentication for the consumer web
    • What is OAuth?
    • OAuth is... ... a protocol for developing password less APIs.
    • OAuth is... ... a way for an application to interact with a service on a user’s behalf without having to know the user’s credentials.
    • OAuth is... ... “your valet key for the Web.”