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on 2009-04-05 by pcfe.
 
on 2009-04-05 by pcfe.
 
=== comment ===
 
=== comment ===
goes back to the freshmeat.net ogin page after approving at FAS.
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goes back to the freshmeat.net login page after approving at FAS.
 
No surprise, it is known broken.
 
No surprise, it is known broken.
  
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=== comment ===
 
=== comment ===
 
After a long load time it reports 'Verification of the OpenID URL was cancelled'.
 
After a long load time it reports 'Verification of the OpenID URL was cancelled'.
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== [http://news.ycombinator.org HackerNews] ==
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=== result ===
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fail
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=== tested ===
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on 2009-04-5 by mapleoin
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=== comment ===
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FAS gets asked for the credentials, but upon returning to news.ycombinator.org it says:
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  Bad OpenID login.
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== [http://stackoverflow.com StackOverflow] ==
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=== result ===
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fail (used to work a few months ago)
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=== tested ===
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on 2009-04-05 and ''a few months ago'' by mapleoin
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=== comment ===
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StackOverflow doesn't send the user to FAS, it just says:
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  Unable to log in with your OpenID provider:
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  OpenID parameter 'session_type' was missing from the query.
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== [http://example.com example] ==
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=== result ===
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=== tested ===
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on  by
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=== comment ===

Revision as of 13:27, 5 April 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.


example

result

tested

on by

comment