Openid Drupalcon 2008

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Openid Drupalcon 2008

  1. 1. OpenID + Identity the future of user module
  2. 2. what is identity?
  3. 3. who are you?
  4. 4. James Ransom Walker
  5. 5. G ! L U S P E S EL AM SH
  6. 6. Director of Education
  7. 7. July 10, 1977
  8. 8. 30
  9. 9. unique identifier
  10. 10. digital identity
  11. 11. walkah
  12. 12. walkah@walkah.net
  13. 13. james@lullabot.com
  14. 14. http://walkah.net/
  15. 15. http://www.lullabot.com/blog
  16. 16. http://drupal.org/user/1531
  17. 17. http://groups.drupal.org/ user/37
  18. 18. http://security.drupal.org/ user/12
  19. 19. http://association.drupal.org/ user/James_Walker
  20. 20. it’s a mess
  21. 21. what is OpenID?
  22. 22. OpenID is a free and easy way to use a single digital identity across the Internet.
  23. 23. URL http://walkah.myopenid.com/
  24. 24. globally unique
  25. 25. identifier (like a passport ID)
  26. 26. anyone can provide
  27. 27. users can choose
  28. 28. security
  29. 29. SSL
  30. 30. certificate-based authentication http://myopenid.com/
  31. 31. two factor authentication http://myvidoop.com/
  32. 32. delegate
  33. 33. http://walkah.net/ http://walkah.myopenid.com/
  34. 34. OpenID 2.0
  35. 35. directed identity
  36. 36. “anonymous login”
  37. 37. user-friendly
  38. 38. extensible
  39. 39. SREG Simple REGistration Protocol
  40. 40. AX Attribute eXchange
  41. 41. PAPE Provider Authentication Policy Extension
  42. 42. identity is central
  43. 43. semantic web
  44. 44. OpenID is not
  45. 45. OpenID is not an account
  46. 46. OpenID is not a trust framework
  47. 47. (although central to building one)
  48. 48. what about Drupal?
  49. 49. what’s in core?
  50. 50. Relying Party support
  51. 51. creates local accounts
  52. 52. associate multiple OpenIDs
  53. 53. OpenID 2.0
  54. 54. directed identity (works with yahoo!)
  55. 55. what’s not in core?
  56. 56. OpenID Provider support
  57. 57. (full) SREG support
  58. 58. Attribute eXchange
  59. 59. what can Drupal do better?
  60. 60. core support for...
  61. 61. multiple authentication systems
  62. 62. limiting authentication systems
  63. 63. weighting authentication systems
  64. 64. removing assumptions
  65. 65. users = username and password
  66. 66. and drupal.org?
  67. 67. http://drupal.org/user/1531
  68. 68. http://groups.drupal.org/ user/37
  69. 69. http://security.drupal.org/ user/12
  70. 70. http://association.drupal.org/ user/James_Walker
  71. 71. F T A proposal R D
  72. 72. OpenID provider https://id.drupal.org/
  73. 73. delegation http://drupal.org/user/1531
  74. 74. directed identity “drupal.org”
  75. 75. wanna help?
  76. 76. thank you

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