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From Vladimir Simjanoski <vladimir.simjano...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Documentation on security
Date Mon, 09 May 2005 22:58:22 GMT
Hi Randy!

On 5/10/05, Randy Watler <watler@wispertel.net> wrote:
> Vladimir,
> Thanks for the input... comments inline:
> >I know that all of you are working hard on your goals, but can you tell 
> me
> >more about your
> >plans for improving (finishing?) the security documentation. I'm sure
> >there're plenty of
> >us developers who'd appreciate very much if they have some know-how to 
> jump
> >quckly on it.
> >
> Exactly what aspect of security are you referring to... login
> authentication, user roles/groups, PSML constraints
> and/or permissions?

I'd like to know all the possibilities that Jetspeed2 offers in the security 
Right now, I'm particularly interested in overriding the default login 
but couldn't find time to take a detailed look...

>Are there any plans to implement some portlets that enable user
> >customization
> >(choosing between layouts, adding/removing portlets from page...). 
> Perhaps
> >I'm missing them :)
> >
> David Taylor is working on these when he can, so, yes there are plans :-).

Glad to hear that. Are there any plans for the next milestone?

>Just by looking at the mailing list I can see that Jetspeed2 covers a lot 
> of
> >technologies.
> >The main reason everyone is not recognizing that this is an excellent
> >framework is the
> >missing entry-level documentation.
> >
> Again, thanks for the feedback. Interesting in contributing your
> experiences to the Wiki?

Yes, absolutely. I'm planning to spend more time with Jetspeed2
in the months to come, so I'm sure I'll have something to share with the 

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