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[dgAIS] Re: I am interested...

From: David Nicol
Subject: [dgAIS] Re: I am interested...
Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2006 13:00:23 -0600

This stuff is all in Perl not Java...
tipjar authenticated identity service server is available at

the openID specifications are available at

openID deals with URL as identifier, instead of e-mail address as identifier,
so a combination of the two would provide a web page prefix to a nickname
which would be in the PATH_INFO of the CGI program that runs at the prefix,
and a way to choose a nickname to use, and a way to embed the openID-compliant
service on another web page -- which openID allows, it has "openID delegation"
well defined.

What exactly happens when the AIS web page is opened?  I imagine there
could be some per-identity information and perhaps a comment form that would
send an e-mail without revealing the identity's e-mail address.

The only working AIS server that is up that I know of (not counting
bitcard, which
is very similar) is the one that is used by such things as

that is, web services under my own control. as I said is very similar, and an openID
layer that works against
bitcard might be a good starting point, as bitcard is tested better
than TJAIS, and we
can adapt the interface to TJAIS as the TJ project grows, in addition to simply
publishing the openID+bitcard layer as a working openID identity server.

On 12/19/06, Anil <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi David,
I couldnt get any documentation for TipJar, can you please give me the
location of the same. Also I couldnt find any CVS for the same!!
I need to know more information about TipJar, like what its suppose to do
and also about the requirement Interface to OpenID.

He thought he could organize freedom
how naive and controlling of him

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