Sean Lange (12/3/2015)
At one point it was discussed to allow anonymous people to read articles. What happened with that idea? There are plenty of times I would like to share an article from here but the person wanting to read the article doesn't have an account so they give up instead. It would probably increase the user base if the articles could be read without requiring a login.
+1. I've been encouraging the folks here to read articles / sign up and I've noticed. The simple fact is exactly how Sean says it is - if they have to sign up then you run the risk that they will go elsewhere for their information. Or worse - not bother at all.
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