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The project Access Policy - Approvers should be acl* instead
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I feel that acl*access-policy-approvers should be some acl* project. Members of that group can verify signatures in Legalpad. Sorry if my assumption is wrong. I can't remember if I've reported this in the past either (I run some searches and I could not find).

I suggest that the project be renamed to acl*access-policy, type policy, membership restricted to the members of that group.

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Aklapper triaged this task as Low priority.Sep 19 2016, 9:00 AM

Okay I've found the link: Z308#6476 but I never filled a report for that. It's now done :)

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Sorry if I didn't catch it right. So I see there's a Policy-Admins group with various acl* subprojects. Maybe what we can do for this task is to create a subproject for that policy-admins group such as acl*confidentiality_agreement_legalpad (or a best suited name) and have them being the only ones to manage and see signatures of the Legalpad documents relating to CU/OS permissions?

seems reasonable to me

Thanks @mmodell - I'm just a bit confused about policies and spaces. We just need to make sure the people of that group are the only ones able to see those signatures. Will this be achieved with this? I'd however wait for James 'ok' before proceeding though. Thanks.

As a side note, maybe we can do this same operation with L23. It does seem that there's no project for managing who can have access to that?

Nothing related to Spaces or Policy-Admins. This should just be acl*access-policy-approvers.

Jalexander closed this task as Resolved.Dec 20 2016, 1:56 PM
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  • acl_access-policy-approvers should be added as hashtag since acl*access-policy-approvers gives me 404 Not Found.
  • Please change the icon to Lock and the color to Red.

Linking is now possible. All that remains is to edit the project image and we're all set!