Category Archives: identity

Github Implements Agency-Aware Identity

Github gave me a whole new reason to love them last week when they introduced agency-aware identity in their new organizations offering. Crazy cool. Now each of my clients can have their own Github organization and I can participate in … Continue reading

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Home Again

Wherein Bill recovers his domain and says bye-bye to manual WordPress upgrades. Continue reading

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WordPress 2.3 Messes Up Your OpenID Delegation

by akashgoyal If you use your WordPress blog as an OpenID (as I do) via a link rel=’openid.delegate’ tag (that delegates to an external OpenID service) then you may be locked out of your accounts after upgrading to WordPress 2.3.x. … Continue reading

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RegisterFly Impact Registry on

As you may know, this site was a casualty of the recent RegisterFly meltdown. Notwithstanding some cordial emails from my ICANN Ombudsman (“… thank you for message. ICANN has forwarded your message to Registerfly and asked them to assist you. … Continue reading

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Your Blog’s Your Identity Server With OpenID

XML Grrl Eve Maler pushed a string on identity standards for us long-tailers that piqued my interest in OpenID. Are you the kind of blogger who requires readers to authenticate to comment or do you allow open comments? Most blog … Continue reading

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