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Comment:Small tweak to the advice for "reader" category capability for forums
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User & Date: wyoung 2018-08-08 19:25:09
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More tweaks to the forum.wiki doc check-in: 5d75504a user: wyoung tags: trunk
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Small tweak to the advice for "reader" category capability for forums check-in: ea67aade user: wyoung tags: trunk
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Added the "Skin Setup" section to the new forum.wiki document check-in: 3ec8f0a9 user: wyoung tags: trunk
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For public Fossil repositories that wish to accept new users without
involving a human, go into Admin → Access and enable the "Allow
users to register themselves" setting. You may also wish to give the
<tt>anonymous</tt> user category the Read Forum (2) and Write Forum (3)
capabilities: this allows people to post without creating an account
simply by solving [./antibot.wiki | a simple CAPTCHA].

For a private repository, you will likely wish to give the "23"

capability pair to the <tt>reader</tt> user category instead.

For either type of repository, you are likely to want to give at least
the Write Trusted (4) capability to the <tt>developer</tt> user
category.

By following this advice, you should not need to tediously add
capabilities to individual accounts, except in atypical cases, such as







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For public Fossil repositories that wish to accept new users without
involving a human, go into Admin &rarr; Access and enable the "Allow
users to register themselves" setting. You may also wish to give the
<tt>anonymous</tt> user category the Read Forum (2) and Write Forum (3)
capabilities: this allows people to post without creating an account
simply by solving [./antibot.wiki | a simple CAPTCHA].

For a private repository, you probably won't want to give the
<tt>anonymous</tt> user any forum access, but you may wish to give
capability "2" to the <tt>reader</tt> user category.

For either type of repository, you are likely to want to give at least
the Write Trusted (4) capability to the <tt>developer</tt> user
category.

By following this advice, you should not need to tediously add
capabilities to individual accounts, except in atypical cases, such as