What I mean by that is that is that users can come and start reading what is happening on public channels without registration.
And if the are not logged in, they have also to fill in the name in the status bar (which stays stored locally).
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Yes, and then you have a registration-looking form which converts that guest user to a normal user. I've been in situations where I went to a sight and I was suddenly logged in as someone else ;) I think this is a great idea!
It sets username and password and e-mail, for example. Instead of using guest accounts for all guests, we just create an account when they make the first post.
And if you setup this, you'll have no registration form, since every visitor will be automatically registered as a guest user.
I think you should just rely on admin settings to force user registration or not.So that in the mobile app user should just add our server and then they could access public channels without having to register.This probably comes for free with Cordova, but just want to make sure.Because those are two pretty different use cases still.Maybe we could use a Meteor package which automatically creates an account for every user, and then just use permissions to do the rest.Main issue with having guest accounts from my point of view is amount of the data and it can be solved like that: . Id() used on almost every step Those can also be solved but with a much greater effort.