[Architecture] Profiles and existing users' mapping

Kasper Galschiot Markus kasper at raisingthefloor.org
Tue Aug 7 11:06:10 EDT 2012

I think all the settings we have been dealing with so far are not locked 
based on permissions.. In case of the XML for RWG, this is a single file 
and one that the user does indeed has permission to edit..

I do follow the scenario you mention though - not sure how the settings 
would be locked in practice - except for saving the settings in some 
proprietary format that we dont understand.. In that case I'm not sure 
what we could do.


On 8/7/12 4:50 PM, Jim Tobias wrote:
> And I'm curious if this is a permissions thing -- are these settings locked
> so that only the application or some other vendor-controlled agent can
> change them? If not in the case of RWG, is it the case elsewhere?
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>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: architecture-bounces at lists.gpii.net [mailto:architecture-
>> bounces at lists.gpii.net] On Behalf Of Colin Clark
>> Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2012 9:39 AM
>> To: Kasper Galschiot Markus
>> Cc: architecture at lists.gpii.net
>> Subject: Re: [Architecture] Profiles and existing users' mapping
>> Hi Kasper,
>> Cool, thanks for the clarification. So which are the settings in RWG that
> we
>> aren't able to set?
>> Colin
>> On 2012-08-07, at 9:25 AM, Kasper Galschiot Markus wrote:
>>> Gavin or Yura can correct me if I'm wrong, but I dont believe they
> messed
>> further with RWGs settings - I believe we're still only able to set the
> settings
>> that we were able to set before.. It was rather the lifecycle action
> related
>> things (finding the settings file, starting and stopping the app, etc)
> that was
>> improved at the hackathon.
>>> On 8/3/12 11:29 PM, Colin Clark wrote:
>>>> Kasper, how does Read & Write Gold fit into this? My understanding was
>> that Gavin and Yura were able to assemble a pretty nicely functioning
>> integration of RWG with the XMLSettingsHandler. Am I mistaken?
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Kasper Galschiot Markus
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Raising the Floor - International,

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