Alexey Parshin wrote:
View currently means - read the UMO information.
OK. Read, as opposed to "Study", I guess...
The idea was (for the open server) - to create a group called 'public'
OK, saw that one.
and grant VIEW to this group on any created object, or do it during UMO publishing.
During publishing sounds right.
This isn't implemented yet.
Can you take care of that?
We'll leave it as-is for now, but we have to think of some ways to give guestDefault user has no default read or modification permissions on new UMOs. He can, however, use umo search, to allow some overview of the server. If he tries to open a UMO in search results, he gets an error ~ "Can't view UMO".
a preview of certain objects.
2008/12/24 Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh <firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>>I'm trying to figure out what we decided on following access-related issues: - What exactly VIEW permission means - Who and when gets it - What kind of permissions "default" user has Ilya. -- Alexey Parshin, http://www.sptk.net
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