You can now use IndieAuth.com as an OpenID delegate! This makes it super easy to move off of myopenid.com since it will be shutting down in a few months.
Janrain just announced that MyOpenId.com will be shutting down by early 2014. If you currently delegate OpenID on your domain to myopenid.com, you'll need to find a new OpenID provider.
With the help of @peat today at the IndieAuth OpenID hackathon, we built in OpenID delegation support to indieauth.com! Now you can sign in to any website that supports OpenID using indieauth.com!
First make sure you have set up IndieAuth by signing in at indieauth.com. You will need to add one or more authentication providers by adding tags to your home page (either in the html <head> or in the body of the page) such as:
<a href="https://github.com/example" rel="me">github.com/example</a> <link href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org" rel="me">
Try signing in to a site that supports IndieAuth, such as the IndieWebCamp wiki or even my site.
Once you've confirmed that IndieAuth is working, add the following OpenID delegate tags to your home page, replacing aaronparecki.com with your own domain of course:
<link rel="openid.server" href="https://indieauth.com/openid" /> <link rel="openid.delegate" href="http://aaronparecki.com/" />
Now you should be able to sign in to any site that supports OpenID! Try it out on stackoverflow.com or sourceforge.net!