An Ampersand application may grant access to named users. We have done this before using the open standard OAuth (Open Authorization). This allows access to specific private data on a different website, without requiring the user to hand over their credentials (e.g. username/password).
I made a separate Github organization, RAP-OUNL, to serve as access provider for RAP3.
For experimentation purposes, I added the following line to
C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc on my Windows 7 laptop.
Then I flushed the local name server in a command line window.
C:\> ipconfig /flushdns
Then I brought up a browser window, to see that
example.com is a valid URL. Now I can experiment with OUauth from the laptop, because the OAuth server can return messages to