Monthly Archives: September 2010

The OpenID Foundation is looking for input from online retailers

The OpenID Foundation formed the Retail Advisory Committee to provide input to and get feedback from Retailers looking to leverage OpenID and related technologies to serve customers better and achieve improved business results. OpenID Foundation Retail Advisory Committee Overview View more presentations from bkkissel.

From the Executive Director: Notes from Washington, DC 2

As mentioned earlier on some of the foundation’s lists, the National Center for Biotechnology Information, division of National Library of Medicine/NIH, has deployed a hybrid login using multiple options including Google, Verisign and PayPal via OpenID, NIH proprietary, eRA, and Shibboleth.  The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) hybrid login […]

Seven sites you didn’t know were using OpenID 8

The past twenty days have been a real whirlwind in terms of new sites adopting OpenID for sign in. Some of the larger deployments have made the news (Google and Yahoo! Store), but here are seven others you’ve likely not heard about. 7-Eleven Australia Slurpee campaign ( American Cancer Society […]