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A tiddlywebplugin for openId user registration.

Project Description

An example user registration plugin for TiddlyWeb.

What this does is validate an OpenID and then create a TiddlyWeb user of that OpenID and assign a Role to it. This allows the system to go beyond a Policy of ‘ANY’ to one of ‘R:MEMBER’. This is a way to provide member access to people with openIds while not allowing all openids.

It uses a few optional configuration settings:

register.role: The role assigned to newly registered
users. Defaults to “MEMBER”.
register.start_href: The link to send users to after
they have registered. Defaults to “/”.
register.start_title: The title of the link. Defaults
to “Get Started”.
register.blacklist: A list of openids to never allow
to register. Defaults to an empty list.

Because tiddlywebplugins.templates is being used, the register.html and registered.html templates may be overriden per instance by creating a templates directory in the instance directory and putting new versions of the templates in there.

Copyright 2009, Chris Dent <>

Licensed under the same terms at TiddlyWeb itself.

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