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Re: [newtech-1] know OpenID VERY well?

From: Jonathan V.
Sent on: Tuesday, June 3, 2008 11:44 AM
Instead of poking holes at your mindless ramblings on all fronts,  
I'll just say this:

Microsoft decided to officially back OpenID this year; they have a  
seat on the corporate board.  For all intents and purposes,OpenID is  
now a part of "MS Land", with the company's full blessing and support.

On Jun 2, 2008, at 7:52 PM, Victor Shamanovsky wrote:

> Tasting your own medicine? And you wonder why it is is better in MS  
> land?
> For starters - there is a real support for LiveID.
> There isn't a sane person who enjoys to be forced to deal with  
> egos. I'll pay couple grand upfront and have a mature supported  
> solution that works and requires very little maintennace.
> Bad attitude is for children in the playground. In most businesses,  
> there is little time and never enough resources to "play".

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