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Re: [ruby-81] User authentication technique

From: Sam P.
Sent on: Monday, November 5, 2007 1:37 PM
Yeah while at the conf I asked Dave/Chad and they said approx 2 weeks.

On Mon,[masked] at 14:43 -0500, Ed Allen wrote:
> Good luck on getting users to actually do public key encryption. As  
> far as I can tell, unless an app builds it in behind the scene, only  
> very technical people ever generate a key pair and know what to do  
> with the parts.
> Justin Gehtland gave a good talk at RubyConf on Rails authentication  
> that covered OpenID and alternatives. All the talks were videoed by  
> Confreaks and will be up on the web soon, in a doublewide format that  
> shows both the slides and presenters. Judging by the blogging of  
> release times from previous conferences (MountainWest and Hoedown),  
> I'd guess the presentation videos will start appearing in a week or two.
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