Open Web OAuth #109

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opened 2 months ago by KubikPixel · 4 comments

Confirm authentication using your own URL, email and/or PGP key and give more weight to the accounts by doing so as well.

For more details see the links below but to make it short: It's about decentralized login methods via OAuth without having to ask a third party for help or provide large infrastructure.

Confirm authentication using your own *URL*, *email* and/or *PGP* key and give more weight to the accounts by doing so as well. For more details see the links below but to make it short: It's about *decentralized login* methods via *OAuth* without having to ask a third party for help or provide large infrastructure. * [OAuth for the Open Web](https://aaronparecki.com/2018/07/07/7/oauth-for-the-open-web) * [Implementation on Website](https://indielogin.com/setup)
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Thanks for raising the issue! Could you explain to me, someone unfamiliar with the exact details of OAuth implementations, in short what this issue is hoping to achieve? Does Keyoxide simply need to add the rel="pgpkey authn" tags? Or is more needed on the server side?

Thanks for raising the issue! Could you explain to me, someone unfamiliar with the exact details of OAuth implementations, in short what this issue is hoping to achieve? Does Keyoxide simply need to add the `rel="pgpkey authn"` tags? Or is more needed on the server side?
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Only the website with a login need more to implement. Keyoxide is IMHO then only the login account identifyer.

  • Twitter: rel="me"
  • GitHub: rel="me"
  • Email: rel="me"
  • PGP: rel="pgpkey"

The rel="authn" is only a tag option to explicite prefare a login option, without this the user have the choice of there login "methode ID".

I hope this helps: https://indieauth.com

Only the website with a login need more to implement. Keyoxide is IMHO then only the login account identifyer. * Twitter: `rel="me"` * GitHub: `rel="me"` * Email: `rel="me"` * PGP: `rel="pgpkey"` The `rel="authn"` is only a tag option to explicite prefare a login option, without this the user have the choice of there login "methode ID". I hope this helps: https://indieauth.com
Sounds like a duplicate of https://codeberg.org/keyoxide/keyoxide-web/issues/97 :)
Poster

Not quite but goes very close in this direction, issue #97 is OpenID identification but this is with a very similar technique an OAuth identification and differs minimally.

Not quite but goes very close in this direction, issue #97 is **OpenID** identification but this is with a very *similar technique* an **OAuth** identification and differs minimally.
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