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- Oct 12 2013, 1:13 AM (394 w, 6 d)
Feb 8 2014
@hach-que Good point, but I doubt any company caring about keeping their internal pages content a top secret would ever keep it under control of engine partially available to public... OK, that's just an opinion. Let's see what other opinions users have.
Feb 7 2014
I see, so you want to have an ability to hide pages and include hidden epriestley_is_a_jerk in every installation! :) Really, I don't think there is any problem with the situation you described, because nobody would add important things such as passwords into wiki pages names. At least, that would be very unintuitive.
@epriestley, on your document-level policies comment: why not just let everything follow the normal Unix file permissions behavior? Yes, it might be a little bit weird in some layouts, but is proven to be secure and should be easy to use by many.
@epriestley, is Phragment usable at this point? When opening it, I get the following message:
Oct 15 2013
Dear all, my expectation of mailto: handling was based on mediawiki behavior, where it is correctly interpreted.