Re: [RDT-Dev] Protecting our Trac Tickets

2006-10-19 Thread zdennis
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zdennis wrote:
 Mirko Stocker wrote:
 On Wednesday 20 September 2006 20:58, zdennis wrote:
 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.
 The new version has been released last week. We haven't had any spam in our 
 refactring-Trac since I updated :)

 
 That's great to hear! I will check it out this weekend, and if the upgrade 
 looks good we should be on it by Monday. ;)
 

It hasn't happened yet. Some things around here have been a little busier then 
I was anticipating. I am still planning on getting
to this, just waiting for an open window on my end.

Zach
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Re: [RDT-Dev] Protecting our Trac Tickets

2006-10-13 Thread Mirko Stocker
On Wednesday 20 September 2006 20:58, zdennis wrote:
 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.

The new version has been released last week. We haven't had any spam in our 
refactring-Trac since I updated :)

And Zach, could you give me (username mirkostocker) permissions to work with 
tickets? I wrote you an email about 3 weeks ago, but maybe you haven't 
received it. Thanks!

Mirko


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Re: [RDT-Dev] Protecting our Trac Tickets

2006-09-22 Thread zdennis
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Anonymous users can no longer create or edit a ticket. Any user that has a 
login can however.

Is this good for the time being, or would you like me to enforce that only 
certain folks can edit tickets?

Zach
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Re: [RDT-Dev] Protecting our Trac Tickets

2006-09-20 Thread zdennis
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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.

Zach
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