Posted by: h4ck@lyst | March 30, 2008

Drupal and OpenID

Drupal now supports OpenID in their core with the release of their version 6.0.

From Drupal.org

“OpenID support is built in, making it even easier for your visitors to become a member of your site. OpenID is a free and easy way to use a single digital identity across the internet. With OpenID, login to all your favorite websites and forget about the online paperwork.”

But what surprised me in this case was Google’s failure to throw up relevant results.

Searching for “openid drupal” or “drupal openid” fails to through up any relevant results about drupal6.0 release and its integration/support of openid. Though the latter search query does give a result from the blog of one of the developers

http://walkah.net/blog/walkah/drupal-6-and-openid

Well am really surprised. This is the first time a google result has failed me. Maybe its time to start looking/using the alternatives. And maybe Google is just google and not Google. Makes no sense?Never mind!

Well looking forward to more sites supporting OpenID. So that I can logon everywhere with anshprat.wordpress.com (or maybe I ll delegate a personal openid site for such usage 🙂

http://wiki.openid.net//Delegation

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