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yubico recently fixed their openID server and it works with stack overflow (and i assume that means it will work with the rest)

the address is

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I don't think there should be a button for every existing OpenId, otherwise we'll have a page full of buttons.

I think the one we have are enough (and they are the most popular ones anyway)!

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or are they the most popular because they are the ones you have???????.. Normally I would agree with you but the yubico technology is really neat and I think it would be a good thing to promote it over all. – Crash893 Feb 26 '10 at 2:50
"or are they the most popular because they are the ones you have???????" Demonstrably no. The services listed were all popular before StackOverflow ever existed. – ceejayoz Mar 1 '10 at 17:28
I didn't mean to imply that SO made them popular. I was under the impression that kop was saying they were the most popular ones on SO. (I see can see now where i miss read) – Crash893 Mar 16 '10 at 17:42

The services listed all have a million or more users. Yubico's technology may be "really neat", but that's likely not the criteria for inclusion.

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(I even think that the hardware token kind of defeats the portability of OpenID, which with a "normal" provider I can use in any browser on any device, just by remembering a single password.) – Arjan Mar 1 '10 at 18:19
It doesn't exclude the other options but it does give thouse who want it a more secure option. – Crash893 Mar 16 '10 at 17:40
You've got the option of using it. – ceejayoz Mar 16 '10 at 17:58

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