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From Patrick Hunt <ph...@apache.org>
Subject Re: write permission on ZooKeeper Wiki?
Date Mon, 14 Feb 2011 06:09:18 GMT
Ben should we make it so that anyone logged in can edit any of the zk
wiki pages?


On Sun, Feb 13, 2011 at 8:39 PM, Benjamin Reed <breed@yahoo-inc.com> wrote:
> you are right about the s4 guys. i'll bug them to put something up.
> the permissions on confluence are a bit tricky. (two levels of ACLs.) i
> think i've fixed it for you. can you see if you can edit the page now? (you
> have to be logged in of course.)
> thanx for pointing this out!
> ben
> On 02/12/2011 05:51 AM, Thomas Koch wrote:
>> Flavio Junqueira:
>>> Hi Thomas, It is good for us as a community to have a long PoweredBy
>>> page, but my preference would be to let the developers of applications
>>> include themselves their applications. We know of a number of
>>> applications, but the developers might not necessarily want to have
>>> their projects on our wiki page for whatever reason.
>>> This message actually could be seen as a call for developers to add
>>> their projects to the page.
>> Hi Flavio,
>> for free software projects that publicitly state on their homepage and on
>> public talks with public slides that they use ZooKeeper, it may be safe to
>> assume that they're ok with being listed as ZooKeeper users.
>> It would of couse be fine, if every zk user would list themself in the
>> wiki,
>> but that would require them to know that there is a poweredby page and to
>> get
>> an account for the wiki and to actually care for the publicity of ZK.
>> That being said, I still don't know, whether the poweredby page is
>> editable to
>> start with. Where is the edit button?
>> You could be a good role model and add S4[1] to the poweredby page. :-) It
>> does use ZK, doesn't it?
>> [1] http://s4.io
>> If you don't want that we list projects on the poweredby page, would you
>> be so
>> kind and give me a short brain dump what other interesting and public
>> users of
>> ZK you know?
>> Best regards,
>> Thomas Koch, http://www.koch.ro

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