I spent most of my weekend at OpenIDDevCamp, a get-together for OpenID people in the San Francisco area. I’ve worked on a few OpenID projects, both inside work and outside, so I dropped by. I didn’t have an agenda, but I figured I’d pitch in wherever there was coding to be done.

It turned out to be a fun gathering. The attendees ranged from core community members to newbies, and the activities ranged from usability design to spec writing to general troubleshooting. I ended up working with Brad, David, and others on an interoperability test suite, which we’ll hopefully have up and running soon.

There are plenty of other posts that go into more detail, so I’ll just say that despite my hands yelling at me for typing on a laptop for a weekend instead of my Goldtouch, it was worth it. I had a great time.

Thanks to Scott, David, and Chris for organizing!


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