Its a hack, but if the wiki has meaningul urls, you can use webserver 
url matching to set security based on page names, etc.  If I recall, 
this is the Location directive with Apache- I think it's even possible 
to match based on regular expressions.

Nick

jm wrote:

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> On 12/05/2004, at 12:33 PM, Chad Fowler wrote:
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>> On Wed, 12 May 2004 11:21:29 +0900, jm <jm / transact.com.au> wrote:
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>>>
>>> Looking a ruwiki (and others) it seems there is a great range of wikis
>>> to choose from, but they all seem to lack one problem.
>>
>>
>> I couldn't resist...isn't it *good* to lack a problem? ;)
>
> :)
>
>> The simplest way would probably be to use mod_whatever for Apache and
>> run the wiki through Apache.
>>
>
> If only it was that simple, it's not a straight this-person has 
> access. It's more this group has read to all these pages, but only 
> read-write to subset. While another group also has read to a set of 
> pages and read-write to a sub-set which differs from the first group 
> of users. Not a good explanation, but I think you know what I mean. 
> I'd prefer to give everyone r/w access to all of it as I think most 
> employees can be trusted and quiet a few will have something to 
> contribute that is of value. This won't fly though.
>
> May be I'm missing something and this is possible through apaches acls.
>
> Jeff.
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