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Re: [suse-security] reasonably secure Wiki implementation
  • From: James Oakley <joakley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2003 11:56:44 -0400
  • Message-id: <200303201156.48256.joakley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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On Wednesday 19 March 2003 04:03 pm, Dirk Mueller wrote:
> does anybody have any recommendations for a reasonably secure Wiki
> implementation? I do understand that wiki by design allows editing and
> therefore destroying or manipulation of any page contents, I was more
> looking for a "secure" implementation that makes server compromise rather
> unlikely, and also allows tracking of changes by providing a version
> history and mailing of changes to the administrator for review.
>
> There are many dozen implementations out there.. could anyone who has spent
> some time with looking through them share his experience and
> recommendations with me?

Zope with ZWiki works very well and has multiple undo due to Zope's
transactional db. Zope's access control stuff is extremely good as well.
Making it mail out changes should be fairly simple, too, with a small Python
script.

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James Oakley
Engineering - SolutionInc Ltd.
joakley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
http://www.solutioninc.com
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