Launchpad OpenID integration for moinmoin 1.6

Asked by Adi Roiban on 2009-01-06

Hi,

I would like to link our loco wiki moinmoin instalation with Launchpad OpenID, in a way similar to the wiki from help.ubuntu.com/community ?

I understand the code is not pushed upstream yet.

Is there a way to get to code from a bzr branch or from somewhere else?

Many thanks!
Adi

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Curtis Hovey
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2009-01-12
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2009-01-12
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2009-01-12
Curtis Hovey (sinzui) said : #1

The code is not in general release yet. It is managed by https://launchpad.net/canonical-bis-openid. This code is being vetted for release now. I am was assigned to look into this matter this week. The code may move to a different project on release. We will announce it when it is available.

Adi Roiban (adiroiban) said : #2

Thank you very much for your suppor!

Is there any change to get the code as it is used by help.ubuntu.com ?
I'm working at creating an internatioalized version of it's content.

Kindest regards,
Adi

Curtis Hovey (sinzui) said : #3

Not at this time (/me just tried to hack the url to get access). I will speak to the owners about this issue.

Adi Roiban (adiroiban) said : #4

Hi,

Any luck in finding a way for giving the moinmoin openid module used by help.ubuntu.com/communtiy ?

We have set up the Drupal from www.ubuntu.ro to work with Launchpad but the wiki installations form http://www.ubuntu.ro/documentatie/comunitate is not done yet.

Having those files, even if they don't work properly would be of great help for us.
otherwise we should start to redo all the work done for help.ubuntu.com/community

Kind regards,
Adi

Best Curtis Hovey (sinzui) said : #5

The project now has a visible presence on Launchpad. https://launchpad.net/moin-openid. The code is still locked up. You can watch the project to track its public release.

Adi Roiban (adiroiban) said : #6

Thanks Curtis Hovey, that solved my question.