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    Roelof commented  · 

    Here you go, all pages translated : http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http://www.openid.net/

    But you are right. But as English is the main internet language it's good for a start.

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    Roelof commented  · 

    Sounds good but it's a whole different system. OpenID is just to authenticate and make the logging in a lot easier not having to remember a lot of different password but thats indeed were it stops, as it is ment to be.

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    That’s a great idea. It’s certainly something that OPs and RPs should take into consideration.

    There is currently some conversations going on about an OpenID Security Best Practices document; while the spec shouldn’t mandate SSL, it certainly should present the case for supporting it, ideally in a best practices doc.

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    Roelof commented  · 

    I don't like the idea to make it required. I own some sites and a SSL certificate easily costs $100. I also use OpenID but I don't use SSL for it. Just because it isn't worth it. I'm not processing bank accounts or adresses so it's safe enough for me. It should be possible to use SSL for requests though.

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