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5 projects | reddit.com/r/ExperiencedDevs | 15 Aug 2022
Oso and OpenFGA are two alternatives that implement Zanzibar-style authorisation.
Decoupling Authorization Logic from Code in NodeJS
4 projects | reddit.com/r/node | 29 Mar 2022
There's Oso as well
Is Datalog a good language for authorization?
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Feb 2022
Well this was fun to see! I'm the CTO of Oso, where we're building Polar (the second of the links mentioned https://docs.osohq.com/).
I have a few really minor nitpicks, so will try and make up for it by adding to the discussion :)
First of all, it doesn't really make sense to talk about Datalog as a good language for authorization, because much like with Prolog there doesn't really exist a single implementation of it. OPA's language Rego is a datalog variant, and Polar started out as a Prolog variant (although it's not really recognisable as one any more).
And that's an important point because otherwise it would be pretty reasonable to decide that: logic programming is good for authorization => you should go find the most battle-tested language out there and use that. For example, there's SWI Prolog  and Scryer Prolog  as two of my favourites.
To me, the thing that is mind-blowing about logic programming, is (a) how powerful the paradigm is, and (b) how concisely you can implement a logic programming language. Take miniKanren  which is a full-blown logic language in a few hundred lines of code.
In my mind, the original article makes a decent case that logic programming is a good fit for authorization. And just generally I love anyone bringing attention to that :)
But to me, the reason logic programming is such a solid foundation for authorization logic is the pieces you can build on top of it. For Polar, we've added:
- Types! So you can write authorization logic over your data types and help structure your logic. We've implemented this by simply adding an additional operator into the language that can check types
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11 projects | reddit.com/r/rust | 27 Dec 2021
First time hearing about rhai, but there's a project in that space called Oso that's authored in Rust and uses a different DSL than Rego. You may or may not find it appealing.
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5 projects | reddit.com/r/rust | 2 Nov 2021
Authentication is probably the aspect of it that's the weakest. Authorization has a few nice libs, with Oso probably being the nicest, but authentication is mostly roll your own from what I've seen.
We Built a Cross-Platform Library with Rust
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 27 Oct 2021
> Hopefully Oso open source their library.
https://github.com/osohq/oso seems to have the core, C FFI, and language bindings.
How to manage multi tenant in fast-api
2 projects | reddit.com/r/FastAPI | 17 Sep 2021
Why Authorization Is Hard
9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Sep 2021
Hey, Oso engineer here. Good question.
The rust core is indeed called from the ruby library (as it is with all of our 5 other host libraries). The core itself is pretty complex (there's a whole parser/interpreter in there), so maintaining it in a bunch of languages would be a bit hectic.
There are some files inside `lib/oso/polar/ffi` that define the C bindings used by the rest of the library. Here's an example: https://github.com/osohq/oso/blob/main/languages/ruby/lib/os...
We use the ffi gem to make that work: https://github.com/ffi/ffi9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Sep 2021
It is a wrapper around the Rust code:
- It triggers the rust build in the Makefile: https://github.com/osohq/oso/blob/1d3bf5a4a997a574c2b19084a0...
- There is a bunch of FFI code (also in the ffi directory): https://github.com/osohq/oso/blob/1d3bf5a4a997a574c2b19084a0...
Any interesting open projects to join? Or anyone want with some good ideas want to start one?
5 projects | reddit.com/r/Python | 5 Feb 2021
Maybe https://github.com/osohq/oso/ ?
What are some alternatives?
node-casbin - An authorization library that supports access control models like ACL, RBAC, ABAC in Node.js and Browser
OPA (Open Policy Agent) - An open source, general-purpose policy engine.
django-guardian - Per object permissions for Django
Ory Keto - Open Source (Go) implementation of "Zanzibar: Google's Consistent, Global Authorization System". Ships gRPC, REST APIs, newSQL, and an easy and granular permission language. Supports ACL, RBAC, and other access models.
django-rules - Awesome Django authorization, without the database
Pundit - Minimal authorization through OO design and pure Ruby classes
cerbos - Cerbos is the open core, language-agnostic, scalable authorization solution that makes user permissions and authorization simple to implement and manage by writing context-aware access control policies for your application resources.
Spoodle - A mass subdomain (Subbrute) + poodle vulnerability scanner
CanCanCan - The authorization Gem for Ruby on Rails.