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Re: Django WebID provider

From: Henry Story <henry.story@bblfish.net>
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2012 15:47:55 +0100
Cc: "public-xg-webid@w3.org XG" <public-xg-webid@w3.org>, bergi <bergi@axolotlfarm.org>
Message-Id: <15E6F254-5505-44C0-B880-82A881AB2FCD@bblfish.net>
To: Dominique Guardiola <dguardiola@quinode.fr>
Very nice!

 Thanks a lot. This is some more great news.

  I accidentally created myself two webids - It's that easy. In fact that shows that the problem with X509 certificates may not be as so many people say that they are difficult to make, but that sometimes they are too easy to make! We may need to make it a bit more difficult. So for example when someone makes a certificate, redirect them to a page that says "Congratulations" and removes the button, and tells them what they can do :-)

  I was able to log into https://foafss.org/srv/idp

Some things to do:

 - allow user to delete a remote webid
 - Make sure it works with IE (50% of the market) I think bergi wrote some code to make that simpler
 - your CN should be something like bblfish@rhizolab.com - for people like me that have a lot of certs that makes
   it easier to identify them
 - If one has more than one cert, perhaps it would be good to add something there too for the user to be able to identify which is which. (though that may be put in another part of the cert)
 

Anyway, this is really nice to have another webid provider appearing. And I am intrigued how this ties in with XMPP.

As soon as we have moved to the community group (sometime next week I suppose) we should start getting the wiki of all the implementations up-dated. 

   Henry

On 13 Jan 2012, at 15:19, Dominique Guardiola wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> Just to announce that we've started to work on a WebID application bundle for Django
> It will be composed of 
> - django-webid-provider : WebID cert management and linking with django User model
> - django-webid-auth : a django authentication backend
> 
> A demo of the provider is already available here :
> http://webid.rhizolab.org/
> and the webid created are accepted on all test servers !
> 
> Lead developer is Benjamin Carrillo, who had already committed http://xmppwebid.github.com/xmppwebid/
> 
> The project funding this is a semantic web platform for Social and Solidarity Economy in France, but the goal is also to have a plug-and-play module to enable any django developer to integrate WebID in his site easily.
> 
> We have an issue tracker here : http://redmine.django.coop/projects/webid-provider/issues
> and we'll give some updates here (well on the CG) as the project grows.
> 
> Long live to the WebID Community Group!
> 
> --
> Dominique Guardiola, QUINODE
>  http://www.quinode.fr/
>  Tel : 04.27.86.84.37
>  Mob : 06.15.13.22.27
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 

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