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I'm basically looking for a solution which would
allow the community of
ro.wiki to get involved in this in a rather lax manner, so I would
ideally want as few formalities as possible. Therefore, from an access
perspective there should ideally be an administrative role available,
and all users with that access level should be able to add/remove
members in the respective project without a lot of fuss. Is that doable,
or do we need to jump a lot of hoops to get that sort of access level?
i assume by repository you mean a Subversion repository. we provide subversion
hosting to users, but it's intended for use by users; every committer needs an
account, and access control (who can commit, etc) is managed centrally, not by
the user who owns the repository.
it would be possible to set up a special repository that had different access
restrictions, but you might be better off seeing if you can host this at
. if not, if you can describe exactly what you need, i'll see
if it's possible to set something up here.
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