The other day I started talking a little bit about my experiments with
OpenID, a new, portable, and universal authentication scheme for web
sites. I’ve been continuing this since then, and have some newer
information I want to share with you. Originally, one of my primary
concerns was that of security...
I felt it was time to take a closer look at a content management system
I am getting very involved with. One might say I’m drowning in it. I
prefer to think of it as being choked by it, heh. Really, it’s a very
interesting system, and a fantastic tool for the price. I have worked
with a number of CMS's over the years: Coranto, e107, Joomla, Mambo, Wordpress, Drupal, and a few others...
Why isn’t Contribute equipped to handle large scale (~10,000+ pages)
sites? Contribute doesn’t really have the tools to do anything with
regards to content reuse across a site. So as a result, there’s no way
to develop interactivity (well, really, you can’t develop anything with
it, it’s not a developer tool).....
I spent last night doing some research that I believe to be worth
sharing for those interested in the subject. In an effort to improve
flexibility of this blog, as the announcement above mentions (at least
at the time this was written), I now support OpenID.
OpenID is a neat new technology that serves as a universal login among
sites that support it. Believe it or not, that is more and more places:… Continue
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