jeremy at tuxmachine
Aug 10, 2012, 11:41 AM
Post #7 of 9
On Fri, Aug 10, 2012 at 2:29 PM, Mark Holmquist <marktraceur [at] riseup> wrote:
> All right, I think we need to seriously consider this problem right now:
> There's seemingly no way to disable required-login in the conf files. We
> need people to be allowed into our code review system, and right now, they
> need to either have a Google account (nasty) or ask someone on the machine
> for a login (slow). That's pretty much the state of things for *committing*
> right now, in Gerrit, but people should be able to see changesets and the
> discussions thereof without logging in.
> I tried setting "policy.allow-public" to true, but that did nothing obvious.
> The docs in default.conf say something about "setting objects to be publicly
> accessible", but there are no extra configuration settings in the policy
> group, and no mention of "public" in either the docs or the default.conf
> Can anyone help me figure this one out?
This is just not a current feature at all AIUI. the upstream instance
has a demo:demo account which we could set up on ours too but the demo
account has write permissions.
This is filed already as https://secure.phabricator.com/T603
See also https://secure.phabricator.com/project/view/404/
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