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Eurofurence Identity: A Simplified Explanation
« on: 17.02.2023, 19:43:20 »

Eurofurence Identity is a system that allows users to access all Eurofurence IT solutions using a single set of login credentials. In other words, you only need one username and password to log in to different Eurofurence websites and services, rather than having to remember multiple login details.

How Does Eurofurence Identity Work?

When you click on the Eurofurence Identity button, you will be asked to enter your login details. Once you've logged in, you will be able to access all the IT solutions that are integrated with Eurofurence Identity without needing to log in again. Currently, only the registration system is integrated, but more systems could be integrated in the future.

What are the Benefits of Eurofurence Identity?

The main benefit of Eurofurence Identity is convenience. With just one set of login details, users can access all the IT solutions that are integrated with Eurofurence Identity. Additionally, developers can request information about users who are logged in, including whether they've registered themselves for the con. This means that developers can create more personalized and integrated user experiences.

How Can You Get Started with Eurofurence Identity?

If you're a developer and want to integrate an app with Eurofurence Identity, you can contact @Thiritin for help. They can give you app credentials and feature your app on the identity dashboard. Once your app is integrated, you can request data from the integrated systems, such as users and groups, as well as access the badge number of a certain user that is logged in with your system.


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