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Re: [lsug] Authentication for LSUG website

From: Kwabena A.
Sent on: Monday, October 29, 2012 6:59 AM
Hi All,

Thanks for voluteering Anish and Bakos. Indeed the over-arching idea is some sort of authentication. I think it would be cool if we had two strategies.

Internal authentication using email and password. So we'll have to implement some database level credentials storage.

And then we can have a social plug-in where we can also log in with social network sites twitter, github, facebook, linkedin etc.

And we can also have a combination of the two where if a user has an internal account they can "connect" that to any external accounts that they have.

In a nutshell that's my idea. I however need to make sure that everyone agrees that this is a good idea first of all and second we have the go ahead to do this.

I will be looking at Andy and john for this one.

Cheers,
Kobby
http://kaning.co.uk

From: Anish Mohammed <[address removed]>
Sender: [address removed]
Date: Sun, 28 Oct[masked]:49:02 -0400
To: <[address removed]>
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Subject: Re: [lsug] Authentication for LSUG website

Hi kobby,
 Happy to give u hand if u want some protocol level analysis or debugging :) 
Regards
Anish

Anish Mohammed
Twitter: anishmohammed
http://uk.linkedin.com/in/anishmohammed

On 28 Oct 2012, at 18:00, Kwabena Aning <[address removed]> wrote:

Hi,

So I have been wondering about authentication for the website. I have looked at a couple of approaches, and I was thinking about two strategies. 

1) SecureSocial, which I think implements OAuth pretty convincingly here https://github.com/jaliss/securesocial
2) Play2-Auth Here https://github.com/t2v/play20-auth

Does anyone want to collaborate with me on this one?

Cheers,
Kobby
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Kwabena Aning
http://www.kaning.co.uk




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