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Anonymous

Hi all,

Due to ongoing problems with spam, we will be changing our wiki
instances so that new users must be approved before they'll be able to
update content. To perform this change, we'll have downtime of these
wikis starting at 3pm PT today:

http://wiki.glassfish.java.net/
http://wiki.portal.java.net/
http://wiki.open-esb.java.net/
http://wiki.updatecenter.java.net/

I'll send out a notice when these changes are done (including more
details about how the approval process will work). If you already have
an account on one of the wikis, it'll be "pre-approved" so your current
access will be unchanged.

--Jamey

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Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart

That is my understanding too. This issue was brought up to CollabNet
many months ago; I have no reason to believe it has improved.

Jamey Wood wrote:
> Kedar Mhaswade wrote:
>> Is it possible to link wiki authentication with java.net id/password?
>
> I have asked the CollabNet folks before and been told that they cannot
> currently expose a service that we could tap into for this (unless
> someone comes up with money to fund the development of such).
>
> So for now, I think that "no" is the answer to your question.
>
> --Jamey
>
>> Jamey Wood wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>>
>>> Due to ongoing problems with spam, we will be changing our wiki
>>> instances so that new users must be approved before they'll be able
>>> to update content. To perform this change, we'll have downtime of
>>> these wikis starting at 3pm PT today:
>>>
>>> http://wiki.glassfish.java.net/
>>> http://wiki.portal.java.net/
>>> http://wiki.open-esb.java.net/
>>> http://wiki.updatecenter.java.net/
>>>
>>> I'll send out a notice when these changes are done (including more
>>> details about how the approval process will work). If you already
>>> have an account on one of the wikis, it'll be "pre-approved" so your
>>> current access will be unchanged.
>>>
>>> --Jamey
>>>
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Jamey Wood

Okay, the wikis should all be back up now with the new settings.

As now noted in each wiki's registration page, new users created from
now on will need to contact wiki@glassfish.dev.java.net to request that
write access be granted to their account. All existing accounts should
have this access already granted.

Let me know if you see any issues (and in particular if you're not able
to update pages from an account you'd created before today).

--Jamey

Jamey Wood wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> Due to ongoing problems with spam, we will be changing our wiki
> instances so that new users must be approved before they'll be able to
> update content. To perform this change, we'll have downtime of these
> wikis starting at 3pm PT today:
>
> http://wiki.glassfish.java.net/
> http://wiki.portal.java.net/
> http://wiki.open-esb.java.net/
> http://wiki.updatecenter.java.net/
>
> I'll send out a notice when these changes are done (including more
> details about how the approval process will work). If you already
> have an account on one of the wikis, it'll be "pre-approved" so your
> current access will be unchanged.
>
> --Jamey
>

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km
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Joined: 2005-10-28

Ok, Thank you.

Is it at least possible to use the same user-id/password to login to all these wikis? Please make
it happen. I have to create other user-id/password 3 times and send 3 e-mails to wiki@glassfish.

Thanks,
Kedar

Kedar Mhaswade

Is it possible to link wiki authentication with java.net id/password?

Thanks,
Kedar

Jamey Wood wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> Due to ongoing problems with spam, we will be changing our wiki
> instances so that new users must be approved before they'll be able to
> update content. To perform this change, we'll have downtime of these
> wikis starting at 3pm PT today:
>
> http://wiki.glassfish.java.net/
> http://wiki.portal.java.net/
> http://wiki.open-esb.java.net/
> http://wiki.updatecenter.java.net/
>
> I'll send out a notice when these changes are done (including more
> details about how the approval process will work). If you already have
> an account on one of the wikis, it'll be "pre-approved" so your current
> access will be unchanged.
>
> --Jamey
>
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Jamey Wood

Kedar Mhaswade wrote:
> Is it possible to link wiki authentication with java.net id/password?

I have asked the CollabNet folks before and been told that they cannot
currently expose a service that we could tap into for this (unless
someone comes up with money to fund the development of such).

So for now, I think that "no" is the answer to your question.

--Jamey

> Jamey Wood wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> Due to ongoing problems with spam, we will be changing our wiki
>> instances so that new users must be approved before they'll be able
>> to update content. To perform this change, we'll have downtime of
>> these wikis starting at 3pm PT today:
>>
>> http://wiki.glassfish.java.net/
>> http://wiki.portal.java.net/
>> http://wiki.open-esb.java.net/
>> http://wiki.updatecenter.java.net/
>>
>> I'll send out a notice when these changes are done (including more
>> details about how the approval process will work). If you already
>> have an account on one of the wikis, it'll be "pre-approved" so your
>> current access will be unchanged.
>>
>> --Jamey
>>
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whartung
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How embarassing.

In todays "Mash up", "Service Oriented", integration heavy industry, it's a shame that we can't get these things linked up.

Is the problem in CollabNet's end, or on the JSPWiki's end? (That's what we use here, right? JSPWiki?) Is JSPWiki not talking, or is CollabNet not listening?

Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart

Not on the JSP wiki side.

glassfish@javadesktop.org wrote:
> How embarassing.
>
> In todays "Mash up", "Service Oriented", integration heavy industry, it's a shame that we can't get these things linked up.
>
> Is the problem in CollabNet's end, or on the JSPWiki's end? (That's what we use here, right? JSPWiki?) Is JSPWiki not talking, or is CollabNet not listening?
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