My company released the first alpha version of Qvisqve, our new product. It's an authorisation server and identity provider. OAuth2 for now, OpenID Connect later on. Mostly written by me. AGPL3+. Debian packages for stretch+backports availalble.

blog.liw.fi/posts/2018/02/09/q

@liw Congratulations for your new release! Reading "Company release" and "GPLv3" in the same announcement is always very interesting :)

@liw congratulations on the new thing! Do I understand correctly that OpenID Connect could make Qvisqve useful as an identity provider for ikiwiki?

@schmonz If ikiwiki supports OIDC, then yes. I don't think it does, but maybe it should. I've not talked with @joeyh about that, though. Or smcv, who now maingains ikiwiki.

@liw I'm a (tertiary at best) maintainer too, as it happens. But haven't been able to contribute much lately, and don't have Debian privileges in any case.

@olberger Confirmed. We will look at this issu when we have time.

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