> You could do it directly. In fact, you could even have 'members' as
> regular content objects in the site and write an authentication
> utility which looks up those members and builds a security Principal
> object off of that. I believe this is what Schoolbell does.
This sounds interesting - are you suggesting building a Principal
object 'on the fly' when someone logs in (and throwing it away when
they log out again)? What would be the advantages of having them as a
regular content object, rather than working with Principals?
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