On Apr 19, 2008, at 3:11 PM, Nicolas François wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 09, 2008 at 12:05:40PM +0200, F Wolff wrote:
>> Op Woensdag 2008-04-09 skryf Gabriel Munch-Andersen:
>>> I'm trying to cut access to people not logged in so that they can't
>>> view any tranlations keys.
>>> I've been trying to remove all the "view" access on the default and
>>> nobody users, but it's still possible to "view" the keys when your
>>> not logged in.
>>> Is there a way to force the users to be logged in for them to acces
>>> the pootle system?
>>> Basically if the user is not logged in nor activated he will
>>> always be
>>> redirected to the login page.
>>> Thanks for your help!
>> It is unfortunately not possible at the moment. I already entered
>> bug in bugzilla a while ago, but it has never been a very high
>> - most people don't use Pootle for confidential stuff.
> In the interim, one possibility could be to use apache to proxy the
> (e.g. with mod_rewrite) to pootle, and to authenticate users with
It could of course but users would need again another password, or is
there a way around to use pootle generated passwords?