Ross Singer wrote:
> Unlike Twitter, however, we're starting from nothing. There's nothing
> currently invested in ILS-DI clients that would break by committing
> solely to OAuth (or anything, for that matter).
Are you sure there's nothing currently invested? I thought the Koha
community was already implementing ILS-DI so I assume there's some
client using it, as people don't tend to fund useless developments. I
don't remember if any of the co-op's client libraries are using it
> It's no longer under the auspices of the DLF and the priority of
> functionality has changed. [...]
OK, if it's no longer under the auspices of the DLF are you still
in contact with BibLibre?
> Indeed, and I hope the reply was likewise helpful.
It was. More answers than questions, which is always good!
That said, I'm still not seeing the benefits of OAuth for ILS-DI
compared to existing HTTP authentication and authorization methods,
MJ Ray (slef), member of www.software.coop, a for-more-than-profit co-op.
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