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OpenID 2.0 is final - What does it really mean ? · Rajeev Karamchedu

tags: OpenID
rajeev karamchedu

There are couple of big news items here. First, we read here that XRI 2.0 has been approved as Draft and released for public review and comments. The 2.0 version  has been developed to meet the needs of OpenID 2.0 (for a summary of changes, read this post by Drummond Reed). You may also recall my earlier post about OpenID 2.0 and how it relates to XRI and other protocols. For now, know that OpenID is the umbrella framework that covers OpenID 1.x, XRI and ...

url: http://rajeev.name/2007/12/08/openid-20-is-final-what-does-it-really-mean/

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