on Montag, 21. Mai 2007, Stanislav Brabec wrote:
Adrian Schröter wrote:
please, not another intermediate hack, if you
have some free time,
we are happy to explain you what could be done within the build
service web interface to extend this for the public (a stub is
Yes, making subset of Build Service visible for anonymous readers may
be the best solution.
Public Build Service interface could be very similar
to the current
one. They must lack all "executable" buttons (trigger to rebuild, add
package/project, link package/project, edit package/project/file,
watch, add user).
I would go a step further: these things should only be visible if a user
is logged in _AND_ has the permissions to use these buttons.
It's pointless to have the buttons there with a "permission denied"
Instead of hiding the buttons, you could grey them out - a usability
expert should decide what is better ;-)
Oh, and please hide the mail adresses when not logged in.
I am not sure whether build status and build log
would be interesting to anonymous users.
Not really, I guess ;-)
Maybe also a simple per-project wiki page embedded to
summary to share experience with the project would be interesting.
Currently we have it linked via project description with the OpenSUSE
wiki, if we need it.
What usecase are you thinking of when talking about the per-project wiki
a) project admin can enter some information
b) all users can modify it, add comments etc.
BTW, alternative solution: create more information pages on
, for example a per-project summary page with the
project description , package list, links for bugreporting etc.
 something like https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=195878
just better and nicer ;-)
Gibt es ein Buch über das maßvolle Verwenden von Fußnoten?
Wenn ja, dann bin ich bereit, Dir ein Exemplar zu schicken.
[Thorsten Haude zu David Haller in sl-etikette]
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