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Re: Raising the problem of Debian Single Sign On + Alioth (again)

On Fri, 23 Feb 2018, Enrico Zini wrote:

> On Sun, Feb 11, 2018 at 10:08:31PM +0800, Boyuan Yang wrote:
> > From a user (non-DD)'s perspective, current best plan should be the integration
> > with Salsa GitLab user database. Works on such implementation are surely needed
> > though.
> Well yes, work is needed, that much has always been clear.
> At SnowCamp[1] I gave it a try with the help of aurel32.
> Integrating sso.debian.org with $THING is simple as long as apache can
> authenticate against $THING. sso.debian.org's codebase just trusts
> apache's REMOTE_USER variable, and actual authentication is done at
> apache level. This means that the sso.debian.org codebase does not need
> to have access to ldap and other authentication backends.
> We tried deploying libapache2-mod-auth-openidc to authenticate against
> gitlab, but that ended up in submitting https://bugs.debian.org/891224
> Are there other ways in stretch of getting apache to authenticate
> against gitlab?
I would wait for the gsoc project. And on the alioth sprint, several people
decided against using salsa as backend for sso, but the other way round. 
So please don't.


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