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Re: assertion hit in svn merge

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-06-01 20:02:21 CEST

kfogel@collab.net wrote:
> steveking <steveking@gmx.ch> writes:
>>You always had to log in first to file issues! But you don't have to
>>be an observer of the project to file an issue. Only if you want to
>>add something to an issue, you must have at least observer status.
>>Anonymous users couldn't file issues before either.
> ?
> Could you summarize exactly what the situation is now, please?

It's the same as before:
- to see the issues, you don't have to login
- to file an issue, you have to login
- to add something to an issue, you have to login and also have at least
observer status on the project.

Even though I find this very illogical (filing issues without being
observer, but not being allowed to add to the same issue you filed) this
hasn't changed with the new version. Since I mentioned this to the
support people at tigris.org before, that was one of the first things I
tested when the new version was up - nothing changed here.


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Received on Wed Jun 1 20:29:01 2005

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