- i siti che ad oggi permettono un’identificazione OpeId sono circa undici mila; (cioè, niente, nada, zero);
- i grandi provider non utilizzano ancora il metodo di indentificazione;
- le cose migliorano, ma lentamente.
Recordan says that at least 11,000 sites now take OpenID credentials for sign on (see image to right). Among them are some large services like 37Signals and LiveJournal. And the open source community has been great about building OpenID support into their software, Recordan says, so that others building on that software can launch Relying party services. Among the projects that support it are Drupal, Movable Type, WordPress.org, Ruby on Rails and MediaWiki. But all of those services put together have nowhere near the user footprint of any of the Big Four [Yahoo!, Google, Microsoft, AOL].
Insomma. OpenId: roba da geek (o da early adopter, tanto per capirci).