Drummond Reed wrote: Dick Hardt wrote: :-) ... that label would be more accurate. There is lots of work to be done to make OpenID simpler for users. I think that what will be easy for users is something provided by the browser that lets the user click to initiate a login or registration.
Hi Drummond, I pushed hard for RP identification for 2 or 3 months back around October 2006. If anyone wants to go back through the archives, there's a pile of other important reasons to have some way that an IdP and/or browser agent can identify an OpenID-enabled site. The antique thread below
Message- From: Chris Drake [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, April 02, 2008 1:30 PM To: Drummond Reed Cc: 'George Fletcher'; 'Dick Hardt'; email@example.com Subject: Re: IDMML (was RE: Using email address as OpenID identifier) Hi Drummond, I pushed hard for RP identification
George Fletcher wrote: I think relying party sites that support OpenID could do more to make it clear on their home pages that they support OpenID (as often it's hidden behind another click). This could be as simple as some link tags that advertise support for OpenID. Maybe a link to