github.com/doma-engineering/cl

Making reasonable with deep functional programming.

If I had Uptight.{Text, Binary, Base} while coding v0.2 and 0.3, I would have done it so much faster.

I know this demo is kinda trashy, but it's a good introduction into how a "registration" works with and .

youtube.com/watch?v=22zbm2qNhS

If you have any feature requests for a next-gen federated authentication and authorisation system, hit me up or make an issue: github.com/doma-engineering/do

You can also contribute stuff like biometrics support via react-native (to eliminate the password) and more fun protocols! We also need replication via federation for high availability.

If anyone is excited about system that anyone can set up in under half an hour (as opposed to ) and that uses VC/DID by default, and doesn't use blockchain to store data, let's chat too!

Day job done for today, it means, it's time to write some code for . Tune in to my no comments stream. I reply in chat though.

twitch.tv/0x101

With the tech I have developed with , I figured, it would make sense to build something like a FOSS about.me that is geared towards geeks, with a cup-of-coffe-per-month hosting.

What key features would you like to see in such a product?

Boosts are welcome.

```
Wed Jun 16 16:22:06:471171601 sweater@rethink ~
λ pass doma/maja.doma.dev
"slip": {
"ops": 4,
"mem": 40960,
"saltSize": 16,
"salt": "5A7ZuPZv8yrOdbU0CTZ0mQ=="
}

*redacted*
```

Feels great to have password and KDF slip stored in my password manager!

Sneak peek:

maja.doma.dev/demo.html

So, @pola and I have signed up an account through a <textarea> designated for verifiable credential.

I'm finishing up with namespacing for and we're gonna integrate tomorrow, fingers crossed.

It will mean that we have a VC / DID authentication for .

You can already deploy to your server in dev mode and start registering users. If you do, share your server's PK with me so that I can add it to my server!

git.sr.ht/~doma/do-auth/commit

Working hard on being privacy-preserving. API first, backend later.

Managed to write a count-based invite system full implementation with as a library takes 111 LoC.

Going to write tests tomorrow and start looking into integration with mastodon 🎉

Another milestone for !

Invite functionality is implemented, now it's basically .

Getting sleepy...

I wonder if I'll manage to implement limked lists for verifiable credentials as seen in , thus implementing everything needed for the quantity-bound invite protocol.

Another milestone in 's history: JS client verified its first credential!

Ok well anyway, test your code, kids.

Here's a screenshot of sodium.js producing the same key as server.

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We are getting places with cryptography in browser.
Can't wait to polish the second prototype and start integrating it with services, looking at OIDC compliance, etc.

With . it's really easy to make and validate claims, embedded into

We're trying to prioritise for people who want to use our software (as well as, when the time shall come to make frontends, for the end users).

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