Monthly Archives: November 2009

This week on twitter 2009-11-29

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OpenID server on php 5.3

You want to turn your blog into an OpenID server so you can login to sites accepting OpenID with your own OpenID url.One nice advantage of this is that if you're already logged into your blog you don't have to provide a username and password anymore.

The Problem

You install the OpenID plugin, configure it as a server, but you run php 5.3 and the server part of this plugin doesn't work with PHP 5.3.

The Solution

Download my patch ( for OpenId 3.3.2 plugin ) :OpenID Server php 5.3 patch-0.1 (907 bytes)

Copy to wp-content/plugins and run:

patch < openid-server-php.5.3.diff

For the lazy ones here's a version of the OpenID plugin that's already patched: OpenID Server php 5.3 Patched Plugin-3.3.2 - 0.1 (402.61 KB)

Just install it instead of the original plugin.

You want to turn your blog into an OpenID server so you can login to sites accepting OpenID with your own OpenID url.One nice advantage of this is that if you're already logged into your blog you don't have to provide a username and password anymore.

This week on twitter 2009-11-15

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This week on twitter 2009-11-08

  • why isn't twitter using SSL on the login page? it's like they want to encourage phishing #
  • @RetailEmailBlog no it isn't, even the belief that it's ok to send even without a relationship is not dead, that's why we still have spam in reply to RetailEmailBlog #
  • @vladgidea tare, si mai tare era daca juca GTA4 in GTA4 in GTA4 in GTA4 ....:) in reply to vladgidea #
  • #thunderbird 3.0 is a total mess, I can't get used the moved controls, can't easily mark multiple messages as spam and doesn't move them #
  • @yoast congratulations! in reply to yoast #
  • Next-generation Linux file systems: NiLFS(2) and exofs http://ff.im/b5zBh #

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This week on twitter 2009-11-01

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