We are making a website right now and we would like users to be able to login using their OpenID credentials. After an hour or so of googling I gave up trying to find a list of the OpenID URL formatting for the various OpenID providers (http://username.myopenid.com or http://flickr.com/username for example) and instead went through the MyOpenID site directory to compile my own list. Here it is in all of its glory:
Edit 2-4-2010: Today I went through and attempted to verify that all of these openid providers were good. The third column in the table represents my findings.
must use blog url, blogspot = blogger
Signs in but nothing happens, appears to be broken on claimid end
I was only able to signup with IE and then there was a weird login procedure but it ultimately worked
Works fine but there is 0 openid advertising on the site
Tried registering two different places on elgg.org and neither worked. explode.elgg.org no longer exists so I think openid providing went with it. However, there is still an explode.elgg.org option in their openid login so I may be wrong.
good - easiest sign up of any site I visited
Demo works with trainer id but it didn't work on the actual openid logins I tried.
http://profile.typekey.com/usernameblog url (form of blogname.typepad.com)
Typekey is now part of typepad so I couldn't verify that typekey still works but typepad definitely does.
Couldn't get to work with trial account, possibly works after paid?
This site is weird, I kept getting ssl errors when I went to sign up. I was told via e-mail however that startssl is an openid provider and their url is in the format listed here.
beemba.com forwards to cliqset which does allow openid logins but as far as I can tell does not provide logins.
Oriental site of some sort, couldn't get signed up but they do have openid login options
*These sites do not require your username in the login string.
The login procedures at the different sites varied but my rough estimate says about 50% of the sites require you to know exactly what your personal URL is for the provider you are trying to login through (http://openid.aol.com/joojoo2988 to login with aol). Another 45% used some form of the RPX plugin and the final 5% rolled their own system that assisted with a small set of providers and allowed you to enter the URL for the rest (see Stack Overflow). This list is by no means exhaustive and if you know of another url you would like me to add to the list leave a comment or send an email.
It's great you have test these OID providers.
Im working on a web project that require using OID too. I have made a list of some well known OID providers for user to choose.
But I get some trouble with Live ID of Microsoft. have you ever tried to test this OID provider.
It is great if you can help me.
Thank you so much.