Am 31.10.2010 19:11, schrieb Olivier Hallot:
No - this only means, that users can create their own accounts. Default
rights then can be set on a global / project / language level.
That means, we can have global "view" rights, German can have "make
suggestion" and Protugese / Brazil can have "view only" for registered
users as well. Suggest / submit trasnaltion rights can then be granted
per user (by the manager of the respective language).
Hmmmm... I am sort of concerned on "self registration". Does it means
that anyone can register and start adding suggestions to every string
That can be hard to fix/clean later... Isn't better to have this under
more strict control?
I'd suggest to start with view / donwload archiver rights on a global
level and let each language team handle their projects as they like.
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