On Mon, 2014-06-09 at 16:08 +0200, Petr Vobornik wrote: > >> Accounts/Identity (7): > >> - Users > >> - Groups > >> - Hosts > >> - Host Groups > >> - Netgroups > >> - Services > >> - Automember > >> > >> ^ These are all identity or identity-grouping related > objects/actions > > > > +1 > > What are the chances that we will add some other identity to manage in > a future?
I am not foreseeing anything in the core, but we can move Automember under configuration is we want to. > >> Directory (6): > >> - Permissions > >> - Privileges > >> - Roles > >> - Delegation > >> NOTE: the 4 above can be merged into a single 'Authorization' entry > >> perhaps > > > > May be it should be and "Administration" tab, I do not like the > > title. I understand where the directory comes from but this is IMo > > not intuitive for someone who does not know what is under the hood. > >> - Replication Topology > > > +1 that they should be together. They configure the "tool" and not > "data". Current "IPA Server" item name may be more suitable. Well this is not related to just the one server, but the whole set of servers. Maybe the plural "IPA Servers" ? > >> - Views (future) > >> > >> ^ Everything that deals with direct LDAP access/view > > > > > > I think views do not belong here. They belong in the same place > > where the trusts are. Just a FYI: I do not think views and trust should be in the same place. Views will also be available for regular IPA server with no trusts, the 2 are not strictly related. Views IMO really belong here with other directory configuration items. > > > >> > >> Network Services (4): > >> - Automount > >> - DNS > >> - CA > >> - Vault (future) > - Radius Server Proxies Isn't this strictly related to OTP ? I would put it in the same place. > >> > >> ^ All the additional network services or configuration of network > >> related services > > > > +1 > > > >> > >> Configuration (3): > >> - Trusts > >> - ID Ranges > >> - Realm Domains > >> - Global > - OTP Tokens ? > >> > >> ^ Anything that does not fit the above categories. > > > > +1 > > > >> > >> Docs: > >> - whatever :) > >> > >> > >> (*) The only doubt I have is about OTP Tokens, it may be worth > >> taking them off Policies and putting them into a new tab which in > >> future may also sport a pointer to user certificates management: > > > > Yeah, may be for now we put OTP as a top level for now and have > > tokens and create a RADIUS page to manage radius proxies? > > > We already have "RADIUS Servers" menu item for Radius s. proxies. > Martin forgot it in his proposal. > > > In future when we add other credentials we can rename it and add > > smart card related options. > > > >> > >> Authentication: > >> - OTP Tokens > >> - User Certificates (future) > > > With "Documentation", "Authentication" would be the 7th top level > item. > Ideal number of top level items is about 5-6. Because we have to fit > into 768px (minimum screen size before it's switched to compact menu). Why the minimum is 768 ? Maybe we can drop Documentation from the top level ? Or make it really small by using a "?" as the menu symbol ? :) Maybe we should stop using full names but instead get a set of icons that represent each item and have the name only as a tooltip ? This way the first level menu bar sizing would be consistent regardless of the language. > This functionality is provided by PatternFly. > > Also take into considerations that languages such as Spanish have much > longer expressions. Yeah maybe we should just avoid names here and use icons+tooltips/hover instead. -- Simo Sorce * Red Hat, Inc * New York _______________________________________________ Freeipa-devel mailing list Freeipaemail@example.com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/freeipa-devel