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resources:wikipolicy:home [2009/06/10 02:18]
Chris Freyer
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Chris Freyer
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 ===== Access Controls ===== ===== Access Controls =====
  
-Here is where the fun begins. ​ With the proper access controls, we can restrict who can view or edit certain ​pages.  Let me use an example... ​ Assume that we have 3 main namespaces: ​  +Here is where the fun begins. ​ With proper access controls, we can restrict who can view or edit in certain ​namespaces.  Let me use an example... ​ Assume that we have 3 main namespaces: ​  
-  * Troop - would likely contain high-level information that is readable by everyone, but only writable by certain ​people. +  * Troop - would likely contain high-level information that is readable by everyone, but only writable by people ​with a role of ''​leader''​
-  * Patrols - would likely have more namespaces inside of it--one for each patrol.  ​Scouts would be allowed to edit there, but only in their own patrol'​s namespace.  And for child safety reasons, ​we might restrict ​viewing ​of these pages to scoutsparentsand leaders.   +  * Patrols - would likely have more namespaces inside of it--one for each patrol.  ​People with a role of ''​scout''​ could edit here.  And for child safety reasons, viewing these pages would be restricted ​to users with a role of ''​scout''​''​parent''​or ''​leader''​.   
-  * Resources - would contain miscellaneous information about camping, merit badges, photo galleries, etc.  Its likely that members of the troop committee would be able to write here.  And possibly ​youth with troop-level roles (SPL, QM, etc.) would be able to write here, but noone else could write.  ​And depending on content, these pages would probably be viewable by the public at large+  * Resources - would contain miscellaneous information about camping, merit badges, photo galleries, etc.  Its likely that members of the troop committee would be able to write here, and possibly ​scouts ​with specific jobs like SPL, QM, etc.  ​Everyone could read here, but noone else could write.  ​
  
-So you can see that we have some fully-public areas, some fully-private ones, and some with mixed access.  ​This is the beauty of access control.+So you can see that we have a range of security controls available to us.  ​All we have to do is carry it out.
  
-===== Distributed ​Administration =====+===== Shared ​Administration =====
 There should be 3-5 people who understand the wiki policy as defined here.  Further, the policy (policies) should be documented as the site is rolled out so that new administrators can understand the system setup easily. There should be 3-5 people who understand the wiki policy as defined here.  Further, the policy (policies) should be documented as the site is rolled out so that new administrators can understand the system setup easily.
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 +|          ^  Role:     ^^^^^
 +|          ^User      ^Parent ​   ^Scout ​    ​^Leader ​   ^
 +^Namespace |          |          |          |          |
 +|Patrol ​   |none      |read      |read/​write|read/​write|
 +|Troop ​    ​|read ​     |read      |read      |read/​write|
 +|Resources |read      |read      |read (?)  |read/​write|
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 +Again, this is only an illustration. ​ I hope it serves as a basis for discussion.
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