August 28th, 2007

OpenID 2.0 spec released


Portland-based JainRain has announced that the OpenID Authentication 2.0 Draft 12 is now available.

What’s this mean to you?

In the next month, we’d like to see implementers update their libraries or applications to be draft 12 compliant and perform interoperability testing. Once this period is over (October 1st), we should call the specification final, pending final IPR clearance from contributors. If we have IPR clearance by that point, we can call the spec final on October 1st.

Interested in participating? Have questions? Check out the OpenID channel on Pibb.

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2 Responses to “OpenID 2.0 spec released”

  1. I had no idea! Glad I read it here! Keep up the great work.

  2. Rick Turoczy says:

    We aim to please. ;)


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