gary.poster at gmail.com
Mon Aug 31 16:08:16 CEST 2009
On Aug 29, 2009, at 2:45 PM, Martin v. Löwis wrote:
>>> When asked in an OpenID login box, you *don't* enter
>>> "https://launchpad.net/~gary" anymore. Instead, you just enter
>>> "https://launchpad.net" (or click on the Launchpad icon). The OpenID
>>> machinery will then steer you through the login process. You may
>>> to confirm that you want to login into PyPI (*), but you won't
>>> have to
>>> tell anywhere explicitly that you are gary - assuming you had logged
>>> into Launchpad before.
>>> This much improved user experience is the key feature of OpenID 2.0.
>>> (*) if you had confirmed this before, you may get logged in
>>> immediately after clicking the Launchpad icon.
>> Ah gotcha. Thank you very much for the explanation.
>> If you encounter any problems with using Launchpad for this, I would
>> appreciate it if you let me know. There's a reasonable chance I'd be
>> able to help arrange a resolution.
> As I said before: yes, I did encounter problems - it isn't supported
> at all, AFAICT. The reference https://launchpad.net was theoretical -
> launchpad doesn't appear to support OpenID 2.0.
Hi Martin. Very cool that you added the OpenID support to PyPI.
Thank you for this and your other PyPI work.
I have the information for Launchpad's OpenID support. We do in fact
support OpenID 2.0. The address to use is https://
login.launchpad.net/ . We also meet your other requirements.
Launchpad currently only supports SREG. We do send the nickname by
default to any RP. We would need to add a RP record for PyPI and allow
it to receive email and fullname. If you can let me know the
trust_root that you would be using for that, we can set it up.
I'll create a SourceForge bug for this now. Thanks.
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