@mapkyca You should take a look at the latest work I've been doing with #IndieAuth which is essentially a way to turn your website into an OAuth provider. Removes the need for any third party to be involved. Still a bit rough documentation, but check out these links:
@Ramblurr That's really strange... I see what you mean. Maybe the OpenID consumer is assuming your site is available over https? Connecting to your site on https hangs for me, so maybe that's what it's doing too.
Thinking about two-factor auth at a nano level, requiring human confirmation before any client can actually post to your site via your micropub endpoint.
For example, I sign in to barnaby's experimental Taproot interface but don't trust it entirely yet. Instead of giving him blanket access to post to my site, every time his app makes a request to my micropub endpoint, it goes and asks me for confiramtion before publishing.
Either OOB confirmation (2-factor auth via SMS or something) or an OAuth-like confirmation dialog from the same browser window.
@yatil@adactio@t You can use IndieAuth.com as your OpenID delegate to sign in to the few remaining sites that still consume OpenID. The OpenID community has moved on to OpenID Connect which is more similar to OAuth 2.0 #decentcamp
@Brironic Looks like you have your website in the "Links" section of your G+ profile, but it needs to be in the "Other Profiles" section. Try adding it there, and G+ should add the rel="me" markup to the link.