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Monday
Dec 3, 2012
State of the Auth
Cloudability

This is the first meeting for the new State of the Auth user group. The topics will be revolving around authentication, authorization, and the tools for working with them.

We have ozten (Austin King) from Mozilla giving a talk about Persona!

The space is sponsored by Urban Airship! There will be pizza sponsored by Mozilla!

Mailing list: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/stateoftheauth

Monday
Jan 7, 2013
State of the Auth
Cloudability

The second meeting of State of the Auth user group. The topics will be revolving around authentication, authorization, and the tools for working with them.

We have @aaronpk (Aaron Parecki) giving a talk on OAuth 2.

The space is sponsored by Urban Airship! There will be pizza sponsored by Janrain!

Mailing list: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/stateoftheauth

Thursday
Dec 7
Portland Linux/Unix Group: OAuth 2.0 Simplified
Portland State University Fourth Avenue Building (FAB) Room FAB 86-01

Portland Linux/Unix Group General Meeting Announcement

Who: Aaron Parecki
What: OAuth 2.0 Simplified
Stream: http://pdxlinux.org/live

The OAuth 2.0 authorization framework has become the industry standard in providing secure access to web APIs. OAuth allows users to grant external applications access to their data, such as profile data, photos, and email, without compromising security. However, OAuth can be intimidating when first starting out. In this talk, Aaron Parecki will break down the various OAuth workflows and provide a simplified overview of the framework, highlighting a few typical use cases.

About Aaron

Aaron Parecki is the editor of the W3C Webmention and Micropub specifications, and maintains oauth.net. He is the co-founder of IndieWebCamp, a yearly worldwide conference on data ownership and online identity. He has spoken at conferences around the world about OAuth, data ownership, quantified self, and even explained why R is a vowel. You can find more about his work at aaronpk.com.

Many will head to the Lucky Lab at 1945 NW Quimby St. after the meeting.

Rideshares to the Lucky Lab available

PLUG is open to everyone and does not tolerate abusive behavior on its mailing lists or at its meetings.

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