Is our revprop auth policy too strict?
From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2007-05-18 22:09:04 CEST
Back when we introduced the idea of authorization policies for revision
* "full" access is granted when there is no such path the user
* "no" access is granted when there is no such path the user
* "partial" access is granted when there's at least one path
How do these policies affect what the user sees?
Well, in all cases, the user only gets to see the paths he can read. But
I think those are all quite fine as policies go, and I'm not proposing a
But I noticed the other day that when it comes to *write* access for
Is there a compelling reason to prevent a partial-access-granted user from
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