About this Web Application

The Trust Registry web site, and applications.

This site maintains an identity managment wiki for the publication and comments on subjects of interest to identity and community. It is designed to demonstrate the best practices for honoring the user's intent.

All contents of the Trust Registry are available anonymously. User's only need to sign-in the the site if they wish to contribute content. Most content is avialable on web sites dirctly (as HTML) or in computer readible format (as JSON).

Anyone can view the contents by clicking on the link below. An account will need to be established only for those who want to send contents for this site.

Click here to enter the wiki which is also avialabe for anonymous reading.

Or click here to see details of the Federation Trust Registry

Deploy as a Web App with a Home Screen icon on your device

Web apps do not install any native executable code on your device. The entire app runs safely inside your browser of choice.

To add this site to your Chrome browser, click the three dots in the upper right of the browswer windows and seelct "Add to Home screen" or "Install {appname}".

To add this site to your Safari browser, click on the box with an up arrow at the bottom of the windows. The "Add to Home screen" icon will be in the bottom ribbon selector. Probably you will need to swipe that ribbon to the left.

Privacy Statement

This site uses cookies for a consistent user experience and to maintain sign-in information if the user chooses to sign-in.

The privacy of the user name is not provided here, or on the wiki, so if you do not wish your comments to be identified with you, you should select a user name that cannot be linked to you. We do not share any information from this site with any other organization in any way that is not obvious to all who come here.