Right now with cloudron, some apps supports LDAP, some don't. If I need to do a cloudron setup comprising apps that are all LDAP, I of course use LDAP in order to get one login to rule them all. But if I do a cloudron setup where an app is not LDAP, I prefer to have all app not using LDAP. It's confusing to have to explain to people that for those X apps, you need to use the same login, but for those X apps, it's separate logins, even though it's all based on the same main domain. That's why I prefer to have both LDAP and non LDAP version of an app available. In the case of Firefly, I think LDAP is even less useful, because it's personal finance and probably less useful in an organization context. For example, if I want to give a Firefly instance for a friend, I don't need to have an additional LDAP user. I'd prefer to have the friend has its own login with the app.