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Ok, no big deal since if Sally is the site admin she has to create an account for Bob so Bob and Sally should trust each other.
huh, interesting. I didn't know you could do that with Laravel.
Seems strange to me if it's not loaded or called explicitly in a startup file or the main routes file. I've got more Laravel learning to do. :-)
UPDATE: Ah, I forgot Laravel automatically runs boot() if it is present when the service provider is loaded.
More of a Laravel question I guess but Wardrobe is a good example.
I'm trying to figure out after install when I comment out all the install routes how does Laravel know to load Wardrobe? Nothing in bootstrap, nothing in app/start/, and nothing in app/routes but it magically works. :-)
Thanks for the forum and thanks for Wardrobe! :-)
I noticed too if Bob and Sally are both registered users Bob can write a post and choose Sally as the author. Should Bob be able to do that?