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Christopher Williams wrote:
> Zach,
> On 9/20/06, *Mirko Stocker* <[EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]>> 
> wrote:
>     Hi!
>     Could we protect our tickets from being altered by Spambots like we
>     do with
>     the wiki? It's quite annoying when the bots change the text, for
>     example like
>     they did with Ticket #161, where we lost the description completely.
>     Or can
>     we get it back somehow?
>     And by the way, what about mail notifications on ticket changes? :-)
>   Any chance you could take a look at this?
> I think what we're really looking for in terms of tickets is the following:
> 1. Only registered/logged in users can create or append extra info to a
> ticket

We can do this.

> 2. Only the subset of users who are the developers can actually edit a
> ticket's description, etc.

We can do this as well. I would need the usernames of all developers
emailed to me privately. I will default new accounts to normal users and
I will manually add developers as developers.

In terms of user/group management Trac doesn't have that builtin to the
web. It is done via a command line client on the server itself... so
there is a little overhead if you dont mind the 1 to 2 day turnaround. I
will get to things quicker if I can obviously.

> I have no idea what sort of granularity Trac supports with this. Do they
> have any sort of anti-spam features in any builds available?

Trac is working on anti-spam measures for 0.10 release, but right now
it's in beta. I will update when it gets a full release though.

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