[Mediawiki-l] page protection through encryption?

Oliver Kohll oliver at gtwm.co.uk
Wed Aug 15 13:49:32 UTC 2007

I was thinking of using .htaccess for this myself, with a pattern  
match. So e.g. something like the pseudocode

<LocationMatch "Key">
     require user me

would only allow access to pages with Key in their name to me.

What do you mean by transclusion workarounds?


On 15 Aug 2007, at 14:14, Frederik Dohr wrote:

>> Is there any great need for
>> the restricted pages to be alongside the unrestricted ones? Put them
>> on a password protected server and be done with it.
> You mean set up a separate wiki for every single group (say, one for
> "confidential", one for "secret", and a third for "top secret")?
> Or maybe there is a way to use .htaccess for this ... although, that
> would be very vulnerable to transclusion workarounds!?

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