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I cleared my cache last night and had to log back into the trilogy this morning for the first time in a long time. As outlined in Google Offers Named OpenIDs I had previously switched the sites to use a named OpenID from Google. Unfortunately, the select OpenID provider on the trilogy sites still default to the old random hash Google OpenID. Not sure if there is a way to provide a good user experience that would result in people using the new Google OpenID but it would be preferable to the current method.

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The login page now has Google Profiles (should it be called Google Accounts?) in the secondary row of icons at the end.

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Not sure I think Google Profile sums things up. Though not sure you want the underscore in the title text.... – ahsteele Jan 8 '10 at 9:33
    
it's tied to the code path -- that's used for the image that is retrieved. – Jeff Atwood Jan 8 '10 at 10:10

For now you can type your Google OpenID URL manually:

http://www.google.com/profiles/<username>

Since named OpenIDs are still opt-in for Google accounts, I don't know if it would be safe to do it yet, or if there is even a way to implement it.

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