single sign-on project

Michael Leupold lemma at
Fri Oct 3 22:33:51 BST 2008

On Friday 03 October 2008, Kevin Krammer wrote:
> I'd say the only real showstopper would be unwillingness to have shared
> maintenance, i.e. not giving commit access to motivated and trusted
> developers from our side or upfront insistance on implementation details we
> would most likely have a problem with [1].

Yes. That's one thing I will have to take care of. Currently I'm also not sure 
if keyring runs on all platforms we wish to support - so some work has to go 
into that.

> Since it is currently not possible to add new projects at I
> suggest you ask the GNOME keyring maintainer if they would consider hosting
> the shared parts on their infrastructure for now [2] and ensuring you
> quickly get commit acccess to that.

I actually just got the project semi-approved today :)

Thanks for your insights on the other topics (as a matter of fact to anyone 
commenting on this matter). I pretty much approve of everything that has been 
said and I'm happy I can move forward with this. Let's hope this turns out in 
the best of KDE's interest.

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