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Google+ API being shut down. #1579

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gleachkr opened this Issue Jan 29, 2019 · 3 comments

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gleachkr commented Jan 29, 2019

It sounds as if the Google+ API will be shut down soon, with intermittent failures to the API starting yesterday (Jan 28th) and a complete shut down on March 7th. Yesod.Auth.GoogleEmail2 is still using Google+ methods, it appears, so I expect this will cause some problems.

It'd be nice to have a transparent fix (Google suggests moving over to Google Sign-In), or a smooth migration path for users currently authenticating with Google.

@gleachkr gleachkr changed the title Google plus API being shut down. Google+ API being shut down. Jan 29, 2019

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snoyberg commented Jan 31, 2019

Yes, we need to address this, agreed. If someone would like to take a crack at this, I'd really appreciate this. Otherwise, I'll try to get to it some time before March 7.

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snoyberg commented Feb 12, 2019

I've successfully moved Haskellers over to the new Google sign-in system using @pbrisbin's instructions in snoyberg/haskellers@f77bba9. Once that blog post is published, I'll link to it from the GoogleEmail2 module and deprecate the module.

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pbrisbin commented Feb 12, 2019

@snoyberg snoyberg closed this in b1e7183 Feb 12, 2019

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