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Answer by rick , Husband, father, coffee addict, dork · Mar 09, 2010 at 05:00 PM
I have to disagree, since I think that what OpenID represents, if anything, is an open approach. Our strategy is to allow the site owner to make his/her own choice about how to perform authorizations and which methods to support. Some will want OpenID only, but some will want Twitter, Facebook, or even an interface to their own member database. Our spirit of openness is to allow each to make the choice for themselves, and it would be less open to force OpenID or anonymous.
I hope this is agreeable and makes sense.