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I chose to only transmit some of the values that ThinkWiki wanted (namely only my timezone), as (in my eyes) they do not need the other requested information. Works just fine.
 
I chose to only transmit some of the values that ThinkWiki wanted (namely only my timezone), as (in my eyes) they do not need the other requested information. Works just fine.
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I chose to allow some extra information like nickname but got this:
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> Your OpenID server did not provide a nickname (either because it cannot, or because you told it not to).
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--[[User:Toshio|abadger1999]] 15:23, 7 May 2009 (UTC)
  
 
== [http://wiki.sugarlabs.org SugarLabs] ==
 
== [http://wiki.sugarlabs.org SugarLabs] ==

Revision as of 15:23, 7 May 2009

Contents

tested sites

freshmeat.net

result

fail

tested

on 2009-04-05 by pcfe.

comment

goes back to the freshmeat.net login page after approving at FAS. No surprise, it is known broken.

wikitravel.org

result

fail

tested

on 2009-04-05 by pcfe.

comment

After a long load time it reports 'Verification of the OpenID URL was cancelled'.

HackerNews

result

fail

tested

on 2009-04-5 by mapleoin

comment

FAS gets asked for the credentials, but upon returning to news.ycombinator.org it says:

 Bad OpenID login.

StackOverflow

result

fail (used to work a few months ago)

tested

on 2009-04-05 and a few months ago by mapleoin

comment

StackOverflow doesn't send the user to FAS, it just says:

 Unable to log in with your OpenID provider:
 OpenID parameter 'session_type' was missing from the query.

ThinkWiki

result

works

tested

on 2009-04-07 by pcfe

comment

I chose to only transmit some of the values that ThinkWiki wanted (namely only my timezone), as (in my eyes) they do not need the other requested information. Works just fine.

I chose to allow some extra information like nickname but got this:

> Your OpenID server did not provide a nickname (either because it cannot, or because you told it not to).

--abadger1999 15:23, 7 May 2009 (UTC)

SugarLabs

result

Does not work

tested

Mathieu Bridon 12:27, 25 April 2009 (UTC)

comment

I get the following message:

Verification error
An error occured during verification of the OpenID URL. 

example

result

tested

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