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Re: /usr/bin/openssl failed on sso.debian.org

Quoting Enrico Zini (2016-04-09 22:11:54)
> On Fri, Apr 08, 2016 at 09:06:33PM +0200, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
>>> Which is fine, I guess, for someone living in an ecosystem where 
>>> «authentication via "log in with your Google or Facebook account"» 
>>> is all your users would ever need.
>>> I guess I should stop writing here, as at the moment I can think of 
>>> a lot of things to write, but nothing constructive among them.
>> The W3C public-rww list has some possibly interesting references 
>> related to this issue: 
>> https://www.w3.org/mid/https://www.w3.org/mid/20150730174424.GA7779@c
>> If similar issues arise, it might make sense to try get in touch with 
>> them: WebID is quite similar to our setup, and therefore face exactly 
>> the same problems from client side.
> I have seen no sign that Chrome or Firefox developers have much 
> interest in supporting WebID either, and given how I've seen one of 
> the WebID people argue their case[1] with the Chrome and Firefox 
> developers, the little interest they might have had to start with is 
> probably gone by now :/

You can consider both WebID itself and the social skills of its 
defenders bad, yet still benefit from following their work.

But sure, you can also ignore that work (if that is what you imply).

 - Jonas

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