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XRI XRI is a library for resolving eXtensible Resource Identifiers (XRI), which is a metalanguage for describing identifiers. (XRIs are to URIs, as XML is to HTML.) XRIs serve as the basis for i-names, which can be used as identifiers for OpenID 2.0. This library includes support for parsing XRI Resource Descriptors and Yadis, which is OpenID's discovery format. This library is mostly compliant with the OASIS XRI 2.0 specification. Pertinent links: XRI spec http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/tc_home.php?wg_abbrev=xri i-names http://www.inames.net/ Yadis http://yadis.org/ barx http://xrisoft.org/ OpenXRI http://openxri.org/ INSTALLATION To install this module, run the following commands: perl Makefile.PL make make test make install SUPPORT AND DOCUMENTATION After installing, you can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command. perldoc XRI AUTHORS Eugene Eric Kim <firstname.lastname@example.org> Matthew O'Connor <email@example.com> ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Much love and credit go to Fen Labalme, whose original XRI Perl library was the very first implementation of the XRI specification, and who has been passionately committed to building user-centric identity systems for over two decades. Thanks also to Victor Grey and Kermit Snelson, whose Ruby XRI resolver (barx) helped us navigate the complexities of the spec and provided some of our test cases. Many thanks to Drummond Reed and Gabe Wachob, the co-chairs of the XRI Technical Committee, as well as John Bradley and Andy Dale for patiently answering our many questions about the spec. Finally, thanks to Scott Kveton, Chris Messina, and David Recordon for organizing OpenIDDevCamp, which provided the critical resources (i.e. food, beer, and wireless) necessary to finish this library. COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE (C) Copyright 2008 Blue Oxen Associates. All rights reserved. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.