That's great news for me. Thank you very much.
IMHO, the perfect authentication level scheme would add to what you have
already laid out:
- can view but not add/delete/modify bookings:
* room admin - restricted to a particular room
* area admin - restricted to a particular area
* admin - the whole system
But that is only my personnal point of view ;-)
Congratulations for the very good work done so far on mrbs :-)
Dans sa grande sagesse, Gavin Walker a =E9crit, le 02/07/2005 22:59 :
>At this time this is not possible without code changes. However, what
>you are suggesting is on my list to do after I finish struggling with
>the upgrade script for 1.3.
>My thoughts for levels of authentication:
>Not logged in:
> - can only see that a room is booked
> - either with neutral colour to show booking
> - or the colour of the booking according to type with key
> - can see details but no edits
> - can add/delete/modify own bookings:
> * room users - restricted to a particular room
> * area users - restricted to a particular area
> * users - any room in any area
> - can add/delete/modify others' bookings:
> * room admin - restricted to a particular room
> * area admin - restricted to a particular area
> * admin - the whole system
>On Wed, 2005-06-29 at 16:17, Oliver Henriot wrote:
>>I'd like to know if there is any way of modifying the booking info=20
>>displayed in mrbs according to the user access level.
>>I'd like level 0 users to only see if the rooms are booked or not,=20
>>without any details about who made the booking, for what purpose etc,=20
>>and level 1 users to only see booking details without the possibility t=
>>add or edit bookings, which would leave level 2 users as the only peopl=
>>allowed to do bookings or edit them.
>>I am definitely not a coder, so I have no clue as to wether this is=20
>>possible and if so, how it could be done... I have looked through the=20
>>mail list archives and found no hint at this possibility but does that=20
>>mean it is not possible?
>>Thanks a lot if you can help me out on this one.
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