@aaronpk Cool that they're using an open protocol! I still wish it were one with a better federation story though. Anyone should be able to provide any identity to anyone, rather than being beholden to the handful that any given website decides to support.
@aaronpk yes I am very familiar with IndieAuth at this point, we've had a few arguments about facets of it in the past :)
@aaronpk well, of IndieLogin anyway, not IndieAuth itself.
@aaronpk The main thing I want to try doing at IndieWeb Summit is finally work on developing Authl, because I really want to be able to support IndieAuth login but also make it feasible to support siloed OAuth logins as well (since I still think there's a huge usability problem in requiring people to have their own website/domain/etc. to log in with)
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