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[tdf-discuss] Re: AskLibO blitzes



Terrence Enger wrote

Is this easy to implement?  I have not heard that anybody else is 
worried by OpenID, and I cannot realistically expect that my 
contributions will be worth awfully much.


I have no idea :)

A lot of people are worried by OpenID because they don't trust the companies
involved (I use my Gmail login, but I'm not too comfortable with Google
owning more information about me... they already know far too much...)

The fact that there aren't a lot of people complaining could be related to
the fact that you need to register (either to AskLibO or these mailing
lists) to complain... which is called a Catch 22 :)

IMO any contribution (such as exposing your opinion in a polite way)  is a
valid contribution ;)

Regards,
Pedro

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