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Iv Ray wrote:
I spent the last weeks researching lightly on the
at MediaWiki and I found out the following -
a) MediaWiki is not made for permissions, however
b) MediaWiki starts to enter the corporate world, so extensions
implementing permissions start to appear, but
c) Because MediaWiki isn't uniformly developed (eg. not all reads go
over a read class, etc.) this isn't working very well.
MediaWiki is designed primarily for situations where reads are available
to all, and writes are restricted; sometimes with a requirement to log
in before reading.
Other configurations with multiple visibility levels are possible,
especially with some unofficial plugins, but we offer no guarantee that
they will work reliably, since the system's base architecture isn't
designed for it.
It's up to you whether that's an acceptable risk for your usage and your
- -- brion
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