dilyan.palauzov at aegee.org
Wed Jun 24 16:25:22 EDT 2020
Horde/IMP allow the user to edit their own IMAP ACLs. Unfortunately I do not know of any WebDAV client which users can
utilize to edit their own ACLs. For WebDAV editing ACLs is one way to share (a caldav) collection.
Why is there a plan to kill the ability of users to set their own ACLs?
On Wed, 2020-06-24 at 10:57 -0400, Ricardo Signes wrote:
> Behold this commit:
> commit da8305164877735ba29b078151c70455f1aa6eea
> Author: Bron Gondwana <brong at fastmail.fm>
> Date: Wed Oct 30 14:13:38 2019 +1100
> imapd: allow disabling the SETACL command
> I'm not sure what the intent here was, but I assume it was related to our plan to kill of the ability of users to set
> their own ACLs. If so, I think we need two small changes which I'd like to get out pretty soon.
> 1. relax the restriction so the admin user can still use SETACL
> 2. tighten the restriction so it also restricts DELETEACL
> That's it! Then we'll move on to rolling that out and cleaning up users' existing ACLs. I have tentatively made a
> task for this.
> Bron: I just want to make sure we're not stepping on work intended for something else!
> Ricardo Signes (rjbs)
> CTO, Fastmail
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