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I have read the question about using Google Apps to login to stackoverflow, etc. It seems there is a problem with the release of DotNetOpenAuth in use right now. I see the release of DotNetOpenAuth 3.4 is supposed to have better support for Google Apps, and it is now available. Will the various stack properties be using version 3.4 soon?

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We don't use DotNetOpenAuth, we use the older DotNetOpenID.

We may switch at some point, but we had some stability concerns -- we're by far the largest consumer of that library, and we want it to be WELL tested before updating.

We now use DotNetOpenAuth, so if the library supports it, we should too.

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