Le 2012-05-21 10:35, Terrence Enger a écrit :
On Mon, 2012-05-21 at 06:52 -0700, Pedro wrote:
Terrence Enger wrote
I was excited when AskLibo started, only to find that OpenId is required
for using it. And the OpenId providers advertised all have impressive
What if BrowserID was added (or replaced OpenID)?
The first couple of pages about BrowserID that I found do not suggest
that I would have to understand any legalese. That sounds good.
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.
Perhaps the convenience of using OpenID is what makes it better for
general use. I don't know if implementing BrowserID along with OpenID is
possible (most things are possible). We have also talked about perhaps
hosting our own OpenID, then people would be able to register with
TDF/LibreOffice and log in with this ID. But this is still an ongoing
As for your statement re: your contributions not being worth awfully
much, if people are responding to your posts then you are being listened
to. Other LibreOffice members are not on the lists every day and will
eventually read your posts. But yes, posts are read and picked up for a
response where people can add to the discussion.
Your contributions are appreciated.
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