People would like to sign up with an existing Wikimedia account to https://discourse.wmflabs.org/ . Discourse ships with an Oauth2 plugin. Having OAuth2 support in MediaWiki would help in getting people sign up with an existing Wikimedia account to https://discourse.wmflabs.org/ . Developing an Oauth 1.0 plugin for Discourse isn't an alteranative says https://meta.discourse.org/t/does-anyone-have-an-oauth-1-0-plugin-sample/38779: "there is a reason everyone switched to 2.0".
|Resolved||srishakatux||T164084 [FY 17-18] Program 12: Onboarding new developers|
|Resolved||Aklapper||T176490 Goal: A learning environment and growth paths for new volunteer developers|
|Open||Qgil||T155678 Provide an easy to use support system for contributors to ask technical questions|
|Stalled||None||T180853 Bring discourse.mediawiki.org to production|
|Open||None||T124690 Successful pilot of Discourse on https://discourse.wmflabs.org/ as an alternative to wikimedia-l mailinglist|
|Open||None||T124691 Configure Single Sign On at discourse.wmflabs.org|
|Open||None||T125337 Add OAuth 2.0 support to MediaWiki|
"there is a reason everyone switched to 2.0"
What is that reason, and what is the evidence "everyone" switched?
https://hueniverse.com/oauth-2-0-and-the-road-to-hell-8eec45921529 presents a counterargument to using OAuth 2.0.