Sounds cool. Curious how this compares to existing Rails de-facto standards like Devise and Clearance.
If you want bare bones authentication without having to write it yourself (and I mean it really toes the line) then AuthN should be the choice.
If you want someone else to do all of your authentication requirements, and I mean all of it, then Devise and Clearance is the clear winner.
I have also created an integration library called authn-rails. I’m currently working on the authn-activation module. Any help would be appreciated.