Community Keycloak SSO user management.
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README.md

keycloak-collective-portal

WARNING: this software is in a pre-alpha quality state and is an initial prototype. It is being developed within the context of lumbung.space and may have hard-coded values and configuration specifically for that environment. If the idea of this software sounds interesting to you, please let us know on the issue tracker!

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Community Keycloak SSO user management

This is a small Python app that allows you to create custom web pages, outside of the Keycloak administration interface, which can be used to manage users in Keycloak. This is done via the REST API. It was designed with collective management in mind. Existing Keycloak users can authenticate with the app and then do things like invite others, send verification emails and so on. Anything that the REST API supports, this app can support. We aim to strive for the usability which is often lacking in Enterprise Software ™ environments (Keycloak is made within the context of RedHat / IBM). This is the No Admins, No Masters edition of Keycloak.

Feature set

  • invite links (demo video):
    • Any collective member with an existing Keycloak account can log in and generate them
    • They are valid for 30 days by default (configurable via INVITE_TIME_LIMIT)
    • Anyone with an invite link can create an account on the Keycloak, so don't share publicly!
    • There is no access granularity on the account creation implemented yet, so the accounts are "global"
    • Once the user fills in their name, email, password they will receive an email verification mail

If you want a feature implemented, please open an issue to discuss.

Getting Started

From a system administrator perspective

A note on permissions: we use the admin-cli client and a fine grained, secure access configuration for making requests from this app to your Keycloak instance. We aim to follow the Keycloak documentation and recommended practices on security so that keycloak-colective-portal is a safe option to add into your technology stack.

  • Ensure that your admin-cli client under your Client settings has the following config:
    • Settings tab:
      • Access Type: confidential
      • Service Accounts Enabled: ON
    • Scope tab:
      • Full scope allowed: OFF
      • Client roles: Under realm-management add manage-users and view-users
    • Service Account Roles tab:
      • Client roles: Under realm-management add manage-users and view-users
  • Deploy using coop-cloud/keycloak-colective-portal
    • See the example .env.sample for the configuration available, more documentation will follow soon.

From a collective member perspective

  • Visit https://<your-portal-url> (ask your system adminstrator friends)
  • Log in with your usual login details
  • Follow the instructions on the web page to perform administrative actions

Hacking

It's a FastAPI application (if you know Flask / Sanic then it is more or less the same thing). Currently being developed with Python 3.9. Once we move out of the prototype stage, more version compatability will be offered. You'll need a working Keycloak install as well to fill in correct .env values. A more covenient development environment will come along shortly too.

$ docker run -p 6379:6379 -d redis:6-alpine
$ cp .env.sample .env  # fill with real values
$ set -a && source .env && set +a
$ make