[MediaWiki-l] PluggableAuth and OAuth and login user experience
I am using MediaWiki 1.28.
I want users to authenticate using OpenID Connect so I have deployed the
PluggableAuth and OpenID Connect extensions and they are working well.
I also want to provision accounts in my wiki from another system of record
using the API and so I have deployed the OAuth extension, created an
owner-only OAuth consumer, and have written a PHP client against the
API. It too is working well.
The issue is that in order for the PHP client to leverage the API and
authenticate using OAuth AND for users to authenticate using OpenID
Connect I need to set
$wgPluggableAuth_EnableLocalLogin = true;
If I do not set that then the PHP client cannot authenticate using
Have I missed something so that I would not have to enable local login
in order for the PHP client to use OAuth to authenticate and leverage
the API to provision accounts?
If not, then I am satisfied with the solution I have except for the user
login experience. I want them to click "Log in" but not have to then see
the Special:UserLogin page.
My thought is to replace that special page with one I create with a
custom extension that extends the SpecialUserLogin class as suggested