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This is the live coding site for the Clojure Minnesota 5/2 meeting to better understand Persona (BrowserID) and Clojure / Clojurescript (with Noir).

Mozilla Persona (BrowserID) aims to be a better, more usable and more privacy-conscious implementation of OpenID.

Clojurescript, event handling and relevant client server integration with Clojure.

Finally, Noir is Chris Granger's web development library which uses Ring and Compojure.


To try it out yourself, clone this and run:

lein clean, deps, compile, cljsbuild once, run

And visit:


Clicking on the sign-in image should do the dance with Once you sign in, refreshing the page should detect an authenticated sign-in. It could use polish, which I might do in the next few days.


  • tmarble
  • nickbauman
  • bmaddy
  • others from Clojure.MN who haven't updated this file


Jenkins is is running at Informatique, Inc. and rebuilding on every commit.

The live version of this code is pushed automatically to:

NOTE: the site might be down while a commit is being published


Copyright (C) 2012 Tom Marble and contributors from Clojure MN

This project is licensed under the Eclipse Public License, the same as Clojure.

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