What is 2-legged OAuth?

Although there is an official spec for OAuth 1.0, the spec only outlines what the community refers to as “3-legged OAuth”.  An alternative form of OAuth is…

DotNetOpenAuth’s “call home” reporting

A few months ago I asked how people would feel if DotNetOpenAuth collected feature statistics and sent them back to the library’s authors so we get a…

DotNetOpenAuth v3.4 now available

You can go download DotNetOpenAuth v3.4 today.  Highlights of the new version include: Support for Google Apps for Domains issued OpenIDs.  This required special work since Google…

DotNetOpenAuth v3.3 is released

It’s been nearly six months since v3.2 was released.  So what’s in v3.3 that took so long to bake?  Well, a lot of it was waiting for…

VS2008 project template for OpenID and InfoCard relying parties

I finally built a project template to make it easier to write an OpenID relying party web site using C# and ASP.NET.  Up to this point all…

DotNetOpenAuth v3.2 is done

DotNetOpenAuth v3.2 just came off the presses.  Lots of feature work and a few interop fixes in this release.  The biggest highlights being: Very simple story for…

DotNetOpenAuth 3.0 released

Download it now. Previously named DotNetOpenId in its v1.x and 2.x releases, the v3.0 release is rechristened DotNetOpenAuth to reflect its support for multiple authentication and authorization…

Need access to that internal? Don’t touch that dial!

The blessing and curse of open source is that the source can be easily changed.  Internal types and members don’t need to be backward compatible with previous…

DotNetOpenAuth 3.0 Beta 2 released

DotNetOpenAuth, previously named DotNetOpenId, is getting nearer to its major 3.0 release.   With beta 2, we have a security reviewed, feature complete library for .NET use of…

DotNetOpenId v3.0 Beta 1 released

Tonight DotNetOpenId, soon to be renamed DotNetOpenAuth, released beta 1 of the major v3.0 release.  You can download the bits from Ohloh.  Although downloads should remember that…