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Padraic Brady's Blog:
OpenID In PHP PEAR Proposed!
July 26, 2007 @ 11:18:00

Padraic Brady has an announcement posted to his blog today - his OpenID PEAR has officially been proposed to the PEAR group for consideration.

Yes, my OpenID 2.0 PHP5 Consumer has finally been proposed to PEAR. This brings the OpenID fanaticism on PEAR to four packages: OpenID_Consumer, Services_Yadis, Crypt_HMAC2, Crypt_DiffieHellman.

He'll be working to get the code "further up to par" including Nonce validation, more consistent error reporting and other operation modes (like check_immediate). He's also included a screencast in the post for those not familiar with OpenID to get their first dose.

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