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[tdf-discuss] Re: AskLibO blitzes



Marc Paré wrote

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 
discussion.


OpenID is convenient but many Open Source users don't want to open an
account with the "big sharks" to be able to have an universal login.
Having to register with TDF/LibreOffice (again!) completely defeats the
concept of a universal login. 

BrowserID seems to be the only company independent universal login. You just
need to have an email account. Any email account will do.

Regards,
Pedro

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