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ODP: [falcon] Oauth for Falcon

ODP: [falcon] Oauth for Falcon

From:
Michał Jaworski
Date:
2015-10-16 @ 15:18
@Oscar: of you would like to do this as a part of existing talons-oauth 
then I am willing to help you.

-----Wiadomość oryginalna-----
Od: Oscar Carballal
Wysłano: 2015-10-16 09:09
Do: falcon@librelist.com
Temat: Re: [falcon] Oauth for Falcon

I'll try to take this one, I'm goign to take a look and see if I can 
extend Talons hooks first :)







Regards,
Oscar

--
Oscar Carballal Prego
http://oscarcp.com | @pizte

 

On 15 October 2015 at 20:34, Kurt Griffiths <kurt.griffiths@rackspace.com> wrote:


 


Would someone from the community like to take this on?  Whether it means 
contributing to talons or starting something new (perhaps based on sikre's
auth code), putting an OAuth 2.0 library up on PyPI would help a lot of 
people. 
 



-Kurt
 





From: <falcon@librelist.com> on behalf of Oscar Carballal 
<oscar.carballal@gmail.com>
 Reply-To: "falcon@librelist.com" <falcon@librelist.com>
 Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2015 at 4:10 PM
 To: "falcon@librelist.com" <falcon@librelist.com>
 Subject: Re: [falcon] Oauth for Falcon
 








You can try extending Talons auth hooks, https://github.com/talons/talons 
but the implementation for oauth2 per se is not difficult either, I did it
for my project without much hassle: 
https://github.com/clione/sikre/tree/master/sikre/resources/auth. Feel 
free to grab any code you may need.
 






Regards,
 Oscar
 
--
 Oscar Carballal Prego
 http://oscarcp.com | @pizte
 


On 13 October 2015 at 21:28, Saishankar Sumukar <saisha@nyu.edu> wrote:
 

Hello, 



It would be great if there is an Oauth library for falcon. Currently 
falcon does not support Oauth2.0 though it has a library for Oauth1.0 
which in my opinion does not serve the purpose as Oauth1.0 is deprecated 
by most including google. It would be great if we could have a dedicated 
library/plugin for falcon. 
 




Thanks and Regards, 
Sai Shankar Sumukar
 

Re: [falcon] Oauth for Falcon

From:
Oscar Carballal
Date:
2015-10-16 @ 15:24
@Michał: Thanks, as soon as I can start with this I'll probably have to ask
you a couple questions about Talons :)

I don't know when I can start with it, probably in a week or so

Regards,
Oscar

--
Oscar Carballal Prego
http://oscarcp.com | @pizte

On 16 October 2015 at 16:18, Michał Jaworski <swistakm@gmail.com> wrote:

> @Oscar: of you would like to do this as a part of existing talons-oauth
> then I am willing to help you.
> ------------------------------
> Od: Oscar Carballal
> Wysłano: 2015-10-16 09:09
> Do: falcon@librelist.com
> Temat: Re: [falcon] Oauth for Falcon
>
>
> I'll try to take this one, I'm goign to take a look and see if I can
> extend Talons hooks first :)
>
> Regards,
> Oscar
>
> --
> Oscar Carballal Prego
> http://oscarcp.com | @pizte
>
> On 15 October 2015 at 20:34, Kurt Griffiths <kurt.griffiths@rackspace.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Would someone from the community like to take this on?  Whether it means
>> contributing to talons or starting something new (perhaps based on sikre's
>> auth code), putting an OAuth 2.0 library up on PyPI would help a lot of
>> people.
>>
>> -Kurt
>>
>> From: <falcon@librelist.com> on behalf of Oscar Carballal <
>> oscar.carballal@gmail.com>
>> Reply-To: "falcon@librelist.com" <falcon@librelist.com>
>> Date: Tuesday, October 13, 2015 at 4:10 PM
>> To: "falcon@librelist.com" <falcon@librelist.com>
>> Subject: Re: [falcon] Oauth for Falcon
>>
>> You can try extending Talons auth hooks, https://github.com/talons/talons
>> but the implementation for oauth2 per se is not difficult either, I did it
>> for my project without much hassle:
>> https://github.com/clione/sikre/tree/master/sikre/resources/auth. Feel
>> free to grab any code you may need.
>>
>> Regards,
>> Oscar
>>
>> --
>> Oscar Carballal Prego
>> http://oscarcp.com | @pizte
>>
>> On 13 October 2015 at 21:28, Saishankar Sumukar <saisha@nyu.edu> wrote:
>>
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> It would be great if there is an Oauth library for falcon. Currently
>>> falcon does not support Oauth2.0 though it has a library for Oauth1.0 which
>>> in my opinion does not serve the purpose as Oauth1.0 is deprecated by most
>>> including google. It would be great if we could have a dedicated
>>> library/plugin for falcon.
>>>
>>> Thanks and Regards,
>>> Sai Shankar Sumukar
>>>
>>>
>>
>