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Comment:Fixed some incorrect uses of Markdown backticks in a document declared as wiki format.
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User & Date: wyoung 2018-08-08 18:58:54
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2018-08-08
19:09
Expanded the SSO discussion in the new forum.wiki document check-in: dd0a2dd3 user: wyoung tags: trunk
18:58
Fixed some incorrect uses of Markdown backticks in a document declared as wiki format. check-in: 76ca1f82 user: wyoung tags: trunk
18:55
Link fix in previous check-in: be74f259 user: wyoung tags: trunk
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By default, no Fossil user has permission to use the forums except for
users with Setup and Admin capabilities, which get these as part of the
large package of other capabilities they get.

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
`anonymous` 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 `reader` user category instead.

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


By following this advice, you should not need to tediously add
capabilities to individual accounts, except in atypical cases, such as
to grant the Moderate Forum capability (5) to an uncommonly
highly-trusted user.









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By default, no Fossil user has permission to use the forums except for
users with Setup and Admin capabilities, which get these as part of the
large package of other capabilities they get.

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
to grant the Moderate Forum capability (5) to an uncommonly
highly-trusted user.