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            Adminblog.nerdbank.net (Admin, DotNetOpenAuth) commented  · 

            Can you please elaborate on this? The only time dotnetopenauth requires an access token is for OAuth requests, and that's per-spec. Also, your link doesn't work (for me anyway). Can you include the subject line and date of the email perhaps?

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              Adminblog.nerdbank.net (Admin, DotNetOpenAuth) commented  · 

              Notes for when this is done: basically make all the adjustments currently in the "lessStrict" branch available in the main code base under a configuration switch.

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                Adminblog.nerdbank.net (Admin, DotNetOpenAuth) commented  · 

                eh? any prototype? I'm actually still unconvinced that there is any value of mixing a positive OpenID assertion with InfoCard claims. Why not just use one or the other? What is to be gained by combining the two besides code complexity?

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