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SourceForge Implements OpenID Technology

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| SourceForge(r) (Nasdaq:LNUX), the leader in community-driven media and
| e-commerce, today announced inclusion of the OpenID functionality in their
| SourceForge.net website.
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http://ir.corp.sourceforge.com/phoen...734&highlight=

Sun Microsystems Joins Liferay Open Source Community

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| Liferay, Inc., provider of the leading enterprise open source portal, today
| announced that Sun Microsystems will formally be joining the Liferay open
| source community and will continue to contribute to the development of
| Liferay Portal. Sun's participation in Liferay's community will result in
| enhanced development of enterprise Web 2.0 features and
| optimized performance for Liferay Portal in combination with Sun's family of
| products.
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http://www.pr-inside.com/sun-microsy...ce-r577440.htm


Recent:

Evolving the OpenID Foundation Board

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| By bringing on these companies and their resources, the OpenID Foundation
| will now be able to better serve the needs of *the entire OpenID community.
| In 2008, we can expect to see a larger focus on making OpenID even more
| accessible to a mainstream audience, the development of a World-wide
| trademark usage policy (much like the Jabber Foundation and Mozilla have
| done), and a larger international focus on working with the OpenID
| communities in Asia and Europe. Awesome! * * *
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http://openid.net/2008/02/07/evolvin...ndation-board/


Related:

Yahoo throws weight behind OpenID standard

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| In one of the most significant moves yet in the growing push toward service
| interoperability on the Web, tech giant Yahoo announced Thursday that it is
| supporting the OpenID 2.0 standard for a universal Internet log-in. *
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http://www.news.com/8301-13577_3-985...=2547-1_3-0-20


OpenID Becomes Enterprising

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| We've been here before, with operating systems. Back in the days when Unix
| was king, nobody wanted to standardise on someone else's flavour, and we were
| left with myriad Unices, all slightly incompatible. One of the reason that
| GNU/Linux has been adopted so widely is that it offered a neutral, open
| platform that favoured everyone equally. Clearly, then, what we need is a *
| neutral, open identity system. * *
|
| Amazingly, we have one: OpenID.
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http://www.computerworlduk.com/toolb...=252&blogid=14


Net giant supports open ID scheme

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| OpenID is a decentralised identification system that lets
| individuals use a single password for any site that supports it.
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/6376029.stm


Net giant supports open ID scheme

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| OpenID is a decentralised identification system that lets
| individuals use a single password for any site that supports it.
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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/6376029.stm
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