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[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Marco
Sent: Tuesday, July 24, 2007 2:29 AM
Subject: [Mediawiki-l] managing users rights
this is my first post, forgive me if this is not the right
place & please direct me to the right one.
I am in the process of moving documentation to mediawiki and
would, basically, create three groups :
1- Admins ( can do anything )
2- Editors ( can edit anything )
3- Contributors ( can read *most* of the pages + edit all
they can see + submit new documents but Editors must approve
4- Readers ( can read the same pages as Contributors )
I have already a bunch of documents ( 900 more & less ) that
I have already *converted* to the wikimedia format . Now,
what I would like to do is to flag the documents so that
they can be classified using the 4 steps above.
I am currently using version 1.6 ( well, it is the DEV one
so I can upgrade if necessary) .
Surfing the documentation I have read about
and that version 1.10 has a new table ( page restrictions
Is there any other way to achieve what I need ? If yes, can
you please point me somewhere ? If no, considering that I
will be tagging the pages programatically ( I wouldn't want
to manually edit 900 pages ), what would be the best
solution for my problem ?
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