> I'd also been been worried about a similar requirement to ensure reviewers
> could have anonymous access to software run as a service. In that case
> even providing dummy accounts to the reviewers might not have been
> allowed (since the administrator could easily 'spy' on what the reviewers
> did or didn't try).
> 
> Given this potential barrier to publishing a paper using or extending
> Galaxy, I would hope extending Galaxy so that users can choose to
> share a workflow (or visualization) with anyone - even an anonymous
> user - would be a priority.
> 
> Is there a trello issue on this? Searching there isn't very intuitive to me...
> http://galaxyproject.org/trello

I've created a card for anonymous use of workflows and visualizations:

https://trello.com/c/gja5TtwF

Thanks,
J.
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