Mon, 19 Jan 2009

Django, OpenID and OAuth

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I have previously written how I decided to implement Recycloid server using Django and django-openid. Now I've done some more experimenting and OAuth part will be implemented using django-oauth.

If you've already got (or are willing to get) an OpenID, you can login to a test server. You can also browse the source code of the server and its history using your browser (thanks to LoggerHead). The Bazaar branch can be found at if you want to try it yourself.

If you do login, and register a new OAuth Consumer, you can use the shell script (revision 25) to test the OAuth access. The script is tested using ash on a Linux environment, and requires at least wget and optionally lynx installed. Before you run the script, export CONSUMER_KEY and CONSUMER_SECRET environment variables (with matching values you get at the site).

['openid', 'django', 'django']

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