"DM" == Damien Morton email@example.com writes:
DM> You could always use Basic Authentication, with authentication DM> being done by the cgi scripts against the membership list DM> (emailaddress,password) rather than the webserver. As far as I DM> can tell, this operates somewhat like a cookie in that DM> identifying information is handed to the server on every DM> request.
Yeah, except that AFAICT, basic auth is broken in that you can't re-authenticate yourself or un-authenticate yourself. I.e. you need to do `Logout', especially when you're debugging the admin interfaces. ;)
I could be totally off base though.