This is the original Keyboard Monkeys Wiki entry for the Project. IT Admins is using it, and 2 further pages found (Linux install & upgradeing CID) as a start in reconstructing the Documentation.
Community-ID is available as Open Source software and can be downloaded for free. You can install your own OpenID server in your network or in the public Internet. When you don't want to install your own OpenID server, there are several free OpenID provider where you can create an account. The IT Admins Group currently runs a private OpenID server that may be opened to members in the future.
When you are interested in some screenshots from Community-ID, please take a look at the follow link
Here the Keyboard Monkeys offer a free to use OpenID service. You can register to this service when you don't want run your own OpenID server. The service is free of charge and more information about privacy can be found on the community-id web page.
You will be able to checkout the Community-ID sources direct using Git on the IT Admins Git repository.
Git checkout from our repository:
You can download Community-ID from IT Admins. Please klick here
The follow how to will give you the needed instruction to install Community-ID.
How to install Community-ID under OpenBSD How to install Community-ID under Windows
How to set up OpenID identities using subdomains
Performance tuning for your Community-id installation
Using Community-ID with an LDAP backend
Why Some of the tests at openidenabled.com are not passed?
Community-ID Internals Overview and Customization How to add a theme How to add a language translation How to delegate an url to Community-ID How to create custom stat reports