Submitted by : JózsefJároli at: 2006-02-23T03:39:00+00:00 (15 years ago)
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I think if an user authenticated by his/her Zope account attempts to edit a page including banned expressions, he/she shouldn't get a warning. Most likely these kind of users won't spam the wiki ;).


... --simon, Thu, 23 Feb 2006 08:30:04 -0800 reply
Hi József, I think I agree. Thanks for the issue page, if you have time come on #zwiki and I will help you implement this.

(property change) repair name change --simon, Sun, 26 Feb 2006 09:24:26 -0800 reply
Name: #1216 => '#1216 banned_links shouldn't be a problem if user is authenticated'

Not so sure --betabug, Sat, 17 May 2008 10:06:20 -0700 reply
Imagine someone turns a wiki into something like a forum system: She gives out special low-privilege user accounts for users to log in to. What should we test against now? Just "Authenticated"? That can be pretty broad in some circumstances. There would have to be a special permission for this, which I think is a big fix for a "rare" issue. Other ideas for fixing this welcome, but as for just bypassing banned_links for Authenticated users, I vote for wontfix.

another idea --simon, Sat, 17 May 2008 10:19:33 -0700 reply
We could also drop the banned_links feature, as I was thinking the other day. I rely on the username requirement (or a real login, when necessary) and don't use it any more and I doubt anyone else does - it's not a practical way of fighting spam. Thoughts ?

another idea --betabug, Tue, 20 May 2008 06:10:52 -0700 reply
apparently József uses it, so we should ask him :-)