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django-openid-whitelist 0.3

OpenID Whitelist application for Django

django-openid-whitelist offers an easy way to keep your projects private.

After installation add your OpenID to the whitelist. With this OpenID it is possible to add another OpenID. If not disabled, each whitelisted OpenID can be used to whitelist more IDs.

For example - if there is OpenID A, with A it is possible to add OpenID B. Then with B it is possible to add another OpenID and so on.

It’s pretty intuitive to use this application.

Requirements

  • django >= 1.0
  • python-openid

Installation

  • install (for example easy_install django-openid-whitelist)
  • install python-openid
  • add ‘whitelist’ to your INSTALLED_APPS
  • run syncdb
  • include whitelist.urls (for example - url(r’^whitelist/’, include(‘whitelist.urls’))
  • form then accessible at whitelist/start

Simple form style whitelist_style.css included in whitelist/media installation directory.

Usage

To verify OpenID use whitelist-check and whitelist-check-json views. To add OpenID use whitelist-start. (names in quotes are named urls - simply use {% url whitelist-start %} in your template)

Also check view documentation in django admin.

Optional settings

OPENID_TRUST_ROOT
Trust root for the OpenID Request. Defaults to the base URL of your page.
OPENID_DISALLOW_INAMES
Disallow personal i-names. Defaults to false

Compatible with

TracAuthOpenid
Add check_list and check_list_key to your [openid] section in trac.ini. check_list has to point to whitelist-check-json view. Set check_list_key to whatever you like (openid for example).
 
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