Hi, don't know if this is the right forum to be asking this in -- was looking at the core features at http://wordpress.org/about/features/
It's not clear whether or not the default out-of-the-box install of WordPress contains the ability to have users login to your blog using accounts they already have from places like Blogger/Blogspot.
I'm trying to decide between Drupal and WordPress (leaning towards WP) and read this:
One of most dreaded obstacles users are confronted with these days is the need to continually create new accounts for themselves at every website they come across. Logging into a website to check out it's features should be a fun process, not a chore. Forcing each visiting user to create a new account by filling out your carefully crafted registration form is tedious, boring, and repulsive. Luckily for Drupal users, there's a built in system that removes a lot of this drudgery. It's called Distributed Authentication, and it's built into the core.
Is there such a core feature in WordPress?
I'd rather not install a plug-in to do it.