[Moin-user] user generation with mail confirmation
george at galis.org
Sat Nov 24 12:13:39 EST 2007
On Sat, Nov 24, 2007 at 05:12:47PM +0100, KrisR wrote:
>I'm just about to install moinmoin. The aim is to give people in our
>to write all possible useful tricks on using analytical instruments.
>I have nothing against All:read -- it's wiki, but I want to restrict
>write to "real" people.
>The idea I've got was: put acl Known:read,write etc.. but additionaly
>during user creation
>to send a confirmation mail with check if it comes from our university
>(for me then the users would be real enough).
>Unfortunately my knowledge of python finished somewhere in secondary
>school - i.e. python is a non-venomous snake ;-)
>Is there any implementation of "mail confirmation" for moinmoin
>available? That should be easy enough even for me to add domain-test.
so you have moin on a public ip, you want it readonly for the
internet, but internal people can make changes after they
with a different wiki, I did something similar by using the same
"data" with two different apache directives. the url "a" wiki was
readonly, the url "b" access to the same wiki had read/write but
that worked, but it meant maintaining htaccess files. in moin you
could do the same with group acl :)
moderated registration would be nice, maybe just set the moin
mailserver to the university mx, hopefully it is not an open
could be problematic if somebody changes their email address
George Georgalis, information system scientist <IXOYE><
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