Category Archives : Foundation


Announcing The OpenID Foundation Individual Community Board Member 2016 Election   Recently updated !

The OpenID Foundation plays an important role in the interoperability of Internet identity. This is to announce the OpenID Foundation Individual community board member 2016 election schedule. Those elected will help determine the role the Foundation plays in facilitating the adoption of open identity standards. Per our bylaws, Individual community […]


Foundation Activity and Progress Report September 2015

I spoke last week at the European Identity Management Conference in Amsterdam and this week in Florida at the Global Identity Summit, in both venues the adoption and interest in the evolution of OpenID Connect was clearly evident and important. In a panel I chaired, OpenID Foundation member GSMA referenced the important role OpenID Connect plays […]


OIDF Summit in Tokyo November 10, 2015

The OpenID Summit Tokyo 2015 will be held this November 10 and will feature technical discussions about OpenID Connect as well as governance in Identity Ecosystem and the IoT (Internet of Things). ‘ Registration is now open and registration details for the event are available here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/openid-summit-tokyo-2015-tickets-18111127871?aff=es2 The call for […]


Registration Now Open for OIDF Workshop October 26, 2015

Registration http://openid-workshop-oct-2015.eventbrite.com is now open for the OpenID Foundation Workshop being held on October 26, 2015, the Monday before the Fall IIW meeting) at Symantec’s HQ in Mountain View, CA. OpenID Foundation Workshops provide early insight and influence on widely adopted online identity standards like OpenID Connect. The workshop provides […]


Result of First Election for Corporate Member Board Seat

Beginning in 2014 and each year thereafter, Corporate Members of the OpenID Foundation will elect a member to represent them on the OIDF board. All corporate members were eligible to nominate themselves, second the nominations of others who self-nominate, and vote for candidates. It is rare that the OpenID Foundation […]