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=== [http://stackoverflow.com StackOverflow] ===
 
=== [http://stackoverflow.com StackOverflow] ===
 
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==== result ====
fail (used to work a few months ago)
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works again as of (at least) 2010-10-17
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==== tested ====
 
==== tested ====
 
on 2009-04-05 and ''a few months ago'' by mapleoin
 
on 2009-04-05 and ''a few months ago'' by mapleoin
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==== comment ====
StackOverflow doesn't send the user to FAS, it just says:
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Stackoverflow creates empty userXXXXXXX account and does not use values provided by FAS, like the username.
  Unable to log in with your OpenID provider:
 
  OpenID parameter 'session_type' was missing from the query.
 
  
 
=== [http://www.thinkwiki.org ThinkWiki] ===
 
=== [http://www.thinkwiki.org ThinkWiki] ===
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=== [http://wiki.sugarlabs.org SugarLabs] ===
 
=== [http://wiki.sugarlabs.org SugarLabs] ===
 
==== result ====
 
==== result ====
Does not work
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Works
  
 
==== tested ====
 
==== tested ====
 
[[User:Bochecha|Mathieu Bridon]] 12:27, 25 April 2009 (UTC)
 
[[User:Bochecha|Mathieu Bridon]] 12:27, 25 April 2009 (UTC)
 
2009-05-07 by abadger1999
 
2009-05-07 by abadger1999
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2010-10-18 by wzzrd
  
 
==== comment ====
 
==== comment ====
I get the following message:
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Though the page is riddled with php errors when authenticating with OpenID through FAS, it does work.
'''Verification error'''
 
An error occured during verification of the OpenID URL.  
 
  
 
=== [https://sourceforge.net/account/login.php SourceForge] ===
 
=== [https://sourceforge.net/account/login.php SourceForge] ===
 
==== result ====
 
==== result ====
Does not work
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Works fine as of (at least) 2010-10-17
  
 
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[[User:Bochecha|Mathieu Bridon]] 09:36, 9 October 2009 (UTC)
 
[[User:Bochecha|Mathieu Bridon]] 09:36, 9 October 2009 (UTC)
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Found working by wzzrd on 2010-10-17
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==== comment ====
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Best so far: asks FAS for account information and actually does something with it.
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=== [http://gitorious.com gitorious.com] ===
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==== result ====
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works
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==== tested ====
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on 2010-10-7 by wzzrd
  
 
==== comment ====
 
==== comment ====
<s>SourceForge doesn't send the user to FAS, it just says:</s>
 
<s>There was an error using your OpenID.</s>
 
  
Sourceforge [http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/sourceforge/ticket/1435#comment:5 worked on their OpenID code].
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=== [http://identi.ca identi.ca] ===
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==== result ====
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works
  
Sourceforge now sends the user to FAS with the following URL:
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==== tested ====
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on 2010-10-17 by wzzrd
  
https://admin.fedoraproject.org/accounts/openid/login?trust_root=https%3A%2F%2Fsourceforge.net&_csrf_token=0a58bf7b607bea70b2d5ddf361f26304ae2db481
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==== comment ====
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=== [http://slashdot.org slashdot.org] ===
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==== result ====
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works
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==== tested ====
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on 2010-10-17 by wzzrd
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==== comment ====
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=== [http://bitbucket.org bitbucket.org] ===
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==== result ====
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works
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==== tested ====
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on 2010-10-17 by wzzrd
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==== comment ====
  
FAS gives me a 500 HTTP error.
 
  
 
=== [http://example.com example] ===
 
=== [http://example.com example] ===

Latest revision as of 07:19, 18 October 2010

FAS upgrades that have OpenID changes

2009-05-06 -- Minor fixes to quoting in openid provider

tested sites

freshmeat.net

result

fail

tested

on 2009-04-05 by pcfe. 2009-05-07 by abadger1999 2010-10-17 by wzzrd

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. 2009-05-07 by abadger1999 2010-10-17 by wzzrd

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 2009-05-07 by abadger1999 2010-10-17 by wzzrd

comment

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

 Bad OpenID login.

StackOverflow

result

works again as of (at least) 2010-10-17

tested

on 2009-04-05 and a few months ago by mapleoin 2009-05-07 by abadger1999 2010-10-17 by wzzrd

comment

Stackoverflow creates empty userXXXXXXX account and does not use values provided by FAS, like the username.

ThinkWiki

result

works works but has bug

tested

on 2009-04-07 by pcfe 2009-05-07 by abadger1999

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

Works

tested

Mathieu Bridon 12:27, 25 April 2009 (UTC) 2009-05-07 by abadger1999 2010-10-18 by wzzrd

comment

Though the page is riddled with php errors when authenticating with OpenID through FAS, it does work.

SourceForge

result

Works fine as of (at least) 2010-10-17

tested

Mathieu Bridon 22:53, 15 September 2009 (UTC)

Mathieu Bridon 09:36, 9 October 2009 (UTC)

Found working by wzzrd on 2010-10-17

comment

Best so far: asks FAS for account information and actually does something with it.

gitorious.com

result

works

tested

on 2010-10-7 by wzzrd

comment

identi.ca

result

works

tested

on 2010-10-17 by wzzrd

comment

slashdot.org

result

works

tested

on 2010-10-17 by wzzrd

comment

bitbucket.org

result

works

tested

on 2010-10-17 by wzzrd

comment

example

result

tested

on by

comment