On Mon, 15 Sep 2008 09:38:44 -0700
"David E. Wheeler" <david(at)kineticode(dot)com> wrote:
> On Sep 15, 2008, at 09:22, Joshua Drake wrote:
> >> That would be a shame.
> > Why would that be? Honestly, I have never seen the point in OpenID.
> > (Not really interested in arguing either :)).
> There is, however, a point, and if pg.us could support it, it's only
> a good thing. Those who don't see the point don't have to use it.
Like I said, not interested in arguing. If people find use, people find
use. I am personally indifferent to the whole thing.
> > The idea of creating more maintenance for the website doesn't really
> > appeal to me but it certainly isn't only my decision.
> It's a bug. I really don't think supporting Open ID adds that much
> if you've already got the basics in place. And there'll be other
> bugs, too.
If someone would like to download Drupal, and diagnose the OpenID
authentication module -- rock on :). I am certainly not suggesting
someone not fix the problem.
Joshua D. Drake
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