[Moin-user] Desktop Edition

Cornelius Kölbel cornelius.koelbel at lsexperts.de
Wed Mar 7 03:24:58 EST 2007

Hello Jonas,

if you also want to avoid giving read access to users from the internet,
you could do some firewall based authentication in front of your wiki.
Thus you would have to authenticate from the internet but could use your
wiki freely from the intranet.

As far as the access rights of new registered users is concerned, you
can use the acls in your pages.
And you also could avoid the registering of new users.
But when thinking of all these things you really should use the standard
moin moin installation.

Kind regards

Jonas Svensson schrieb:
> You are right about one or two users. But there seems to be no way to keep
> it that way. I want to be able to access it not only from internal net but
> also from outside (ie when travelling). As soon as I open the firewall to
> allow access to the wiki, I also open for anyone to register and thus use
> the wiki freely. Maybe I should read on how to set up a proper moin.
> Thanks anyway.
> /Jonas
> On Tue, 6 Mar 2007, James wrote:
>> As I recall, Jonas, there's really no way to do this.
>> If you're using the Desktop Edition, though, I don't see how it would be a
>> huge issue. You're running a small local wiki for one or two users, yeah? If
>> it's many more than that, set up moin properly; it's not too difficult a
>> process and this list can help a lot with it.
>> James
>> On 3/6/07, Jonas Svensson <jonass at lysator.liu.se> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I am trying to setup a somewhat limited wiki using moinmoin
>>> DesktopEdition. The problem I have is on how to stop new users to
>>> register or only allow new users when approved by an administrator.
>>> Is there a way to do that? The reason is that I want to limit some
>>> parts to only registered users and as long as anyone can register
>>> that is not good.
>>> Please keep the CC as am I not on the list (yet).
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