OpenID-enable your WordPress blog

Wednesday, 28 March 2007, 11:26 AM EST

Alan Castonguay's WPOpenID plugin turns any WordPress site into an OpenID consumer -- meaning users can sign in to the blog with an OpenID identity to comment, post, or administer the site. The current release is tagged "86" (no decimal points in sight) and has been tested on WordPress versions 2.0.3 through 2.1.2. The project's file releases and bug database are hosted at SourceForge.net, but for an install guide and documentation you need to read Castonguay's introduction at his personal blog.

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