That was easy. First, I claimed it, then checked it, then mapped it and then checked it again, and now I guess I can claim my identity is gotze.eu. My public persona is currently at gotze.myopenid.com. I’m playing with my own IdP, but that’s not ready yet.
OpenID is cool. To show you just how cool it is, try this: Using your own OpenID, try making a comment to this entry. You should be able to identify yourself with OpenID on this blog. Thanks to this great plugin.
I wonder if anyone can recommend Perl libraries for OpenID? I notice there’s also a MT-plugin which I guess use Perl-libraries. Got to try that out. But in general, if anyone could explain what kind of work will be needed to OpenID-enable a web application, please holler!
[…] I’m not really sure I want to keep this meme alive, but I would be interested in knowing more about John GÃ¸tze, Martin Roulleaux-Dugage, Jerry Michalski, Marshall Kirkpatrick, and Steve Dale. I may not have been reading their blogs carefully enough — they may have been tagged already! John.Smith posted this entry on Monday, January 15th, 2007 at 3:31 pm. Posted in the category Stories […]
[…] One day I’ll get the chance to finish this off! […]
[…] GotzeBlogged Enterprisey thoughts – John GÃ¸tze « Sharing a bit of identity […]
There are libraries for most languages, even Perl: