[pydotorg-www] Wiki ACLs

Skip Montanaro skip at python.org
Mon Dec 3 22:49:51 CET 2012

Yes, there likely is.  I'm no longer all that conversant in the
language of MoinMoin acls though.  You'd probably have to create a
TrainingUsers page or something, add a bullet list of qualified users,
then protect that page, and adjust the acl on the PythonTraining page

If I have a few minutes this evening (and nobody beats me to it) I
will try to cook something up.


On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 3:29 PM, Aahz <aahz at pythoncraft.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 03, 2012, Skip Montanaro wrote:
>> On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 2:59 PM, Marilyn Davis <marilyn at pythontrainer.com> wrote:
>>> I am concerned about: http://wiki.python.org/moin/PythonTraining
>>> I last modified it in September and now it is immutable and quite stale.
>>> Can this please be fixed?
>> The last change made through the Wiki appears to be your September
>> edit.  I'm not sure how the underlying file got locked (precisely -
>> how a MoinMoin #acl macro got added).  I removed that #acl macro for
>> now, so you should be back in business.  However, note that we've
>> locked this file in the past because spammers have scribbled on it.
>> If that continues to be an issue, we'll probably lock it back down.  I
>> know that makes it painful for legitimate users like you, Wesley Chun,
>> Dave Beasley, etc, but that appears to be the only arrow in our quiver
>> at the moment.
> There's no way to give access to specific users?
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