am I right to assume that disabling the module (in UPM):
Project automation (automation_project_admin)
will prevent project admins from editing the automation rules?
we have too many tinkerers/project admins who might start 'playing around' and might abuse the system. would like to open this plugin only to system admins for the rollout time.
Yes that is correct - to some degree . It will hide the link in project admin. Please note however that this is really only security by obscurity. In other words if a crafty project admin knows the URL of the automation admin page, or can send requests directly the the REST API they'll still be able to create/edit rules.
To solve this properly we need to implement https://codebarrel.atlassian.net/browse/AUT-75 (an actual configuration UI allowing you to define fine grained access and security checks for project admins).
we faced the same problem as any large company - higher probability of project admin fools in it. So we resolved it by hidding the element in banner with :
and implement the automation rules on request.
@Andreas: go ahead and implement simple permission model here. Thank
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