I need some kind of test for KeyCloak to see it in action talking to Portier. 🙂
Ah, fair enough. FWIW, I've been tinkering myself most of the day with node-oidc-provider to get a basic OpenID Connect provider working, to serve as base for a simple, ad-hoc Portier replacement for my use case. Uphill battle if I've ever been in one. :)
I'm not sure G Suite detection via MX is a good idea, though. Because our GMail integration works well for gmail.com, but has caveats for G Suite, so I'd say a separate opt-in is probably safer. We don't have docs on opt-in or caveats, though, I believe.
I was... trying to do some logo stuff. But it's definitely 'meh' XD
I was trying to do variants on the idea of a key as the P, but where it would be more subtle if the key is standalone. In general, I feel like something subtly generic for the standalone icon would be nice, because that's the context people might encounter it in with e.g. Google login, when they otherwise don't know what Portier is.
Key, lock, door or the portier (as in the man next to the door) would be good objects to use I think. So I like your approach very much :) We can have multiple graphical symbols, a standalone icon, plus an extended text logo.
I see how a generic symbol could be useful, but too generic is also not good, so hm
That's an idea I love (it's not from me^^) - Extend the P to be a door, use the doorknob to write the o, follow with ...rtier
The door-p could then be the standalone image logo
Maybe a bit hard to get the dimensions right, but if it work with a pencil it might work in general. I had someone made some logos for me which I thought turned out well, if he's still active should I try to let him do something with that?