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Wiki Groups

These groups can be used to define fine grained AccessControl in IRS:

Group Members
BaseGroup AdminUser WikiGuest UnknownUser ProjectContributor RegistrationAgent
AdminGroup AdminUser RegistrationAgent DonBarry DanWatson
AtlasGroup VianneyLebouteiller
BrownDwarfGroup DonBarry DanWeedman DanWatson BillForrest VianneyLebouteiller
CoreGroup DonBarry DanWatson BillForrest DanWeedman VianneyLebouteiller
DisksGroup AigenLi AdisonBomers AlexKitt BillForrest BenSargent BernhardBrandl CareyLisse CatherineEspaillat CharlesLawrence ChatHull ChrisBohac ChristineChen CiskaKemper CyprianTayrien DanielDevost DanWatson DanWeedman DavidWhelan DevAshishKhaitan DonBarry DuncanFarrah EliseFurlan GailZasowski GregSloan HarryTeplitz HenrikSpoon IanRemming JordanHyatt JasonNordhaus JamesMuzerolle JarronLeisenring JeffVanCleve JeronimoBernardSalas
user list truncated
ExtragalGroup DanWeedman BillForrest DanWatson VianneyLebouteiller
HerschelGroup DonBarry DanWeedman LusineSargsyan
LeiSdssAgnGroup DanWeedman VianneyLebouteiller
ProposalsGroup BillForrest VianneyLebouteiller DanWatson DanWeedman
SmartGroup DonBarry VianneyLebouteiller
SmcGroup VianneyLebouteiller

New Group:  
  warning Note: A group topic name must be a WikiWord and must end in ...Group. New topics are based on GroupTemplate

IMPORTANT NOTE: Think twice before restricting write access to a web or a topic, because an open system where everybody can contribute is the essence of WikiCulture. Experience shows that unrestricted write access works very well because:

  • There is enough peer pressure to post only appropriate content.
  • Content does not get lost because topics are under revision control.
  • A topic revision can be undone by a member of the AdminGroup if necesssary.

Related topics: AccessControl, WebPreferences, WikiUsers, WikiCulture

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