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Rick Vanderveer wrote:
> This is easy, you basically just need to add this in your
> acl_rights_before = u"JohnMiller:read,write,delete,revert,admin"
> acl_rights_default = u"All:read,write,revert"
> ...where JohnMiller is the admin and "all" is everyone else. You don't
> need to specify 'all', as it is a built-in catch-all group representing
> anyone who is on the wiki.
> See this page for more help:
Thanks, Rick. Tried this out immediately and got some insights. But
unfortunately the "write" right declared in wikiconfig.py obviously
includes not only editing the text, but also uploading attachments. At
least on my test system.
So the given options in wikiconfig.py don't allow me to reserve file uploads
for the admin?
I have problems with my wiki that non-registered users adds new (spam)
Only registered users can edit pages and new user creation is blocked
How can I block non-registered users to add pages?
From: Thomas Waldmann <tw-public@gm...> - 2009-09-11 14:47:50
> I have problems with my wiki that non-registered users adds new (spam)
> Only registered users can edit pages and new user creation is blocked
That sounds like your default ACL is wrong.
> How can I block non-registered users to add pages?
In recent moin versions you should activate the TextCha feature (like
captcha, but only text, read HelpOnTextChas).