[Moin-user] BadContent ACL

Gnarlodious lists.gnarlodious at gmail.com
Fri Mar 21 00:32:09 EDT 2008

We've had some discussion in the past about blocking access to
BadContent with ACL in the Moinmaster version. Why it hasn't happened
I dont know. It would basically block access to nonregistered users,
meaning that search engines would not index the page.

-- Gnarlie

On 3/20/08, Jim Popovitch wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 10:52 PM, Gnarlodious wrote:
> > Not sure what you mean. The ACL is set at the MoinMaster original, so
> > any changes you make will be overwritten.
> Yep, that's my problem. ;-)
> > I blocked access to BadContent with a rewite rule:
> >
> > RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} !.*Gnarlodious\.com
> > RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} BadContent
> > RewriteRule . - [F]
> >
> > This blocks access to all user agents that do not end with
> > "Gnarlodious.com", which is my custom user agent string. It has worked
> > fine for at least 6 months. I was forced into this action because the
> > stats revealed search engines were indexing bad words on my site.
> Bingo! I'm seeing that too and want to block access for all
> non-ACL-approved users (which could be from all parts of the world and
> an unknown number of domains).
> -Jim P.

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