I'd like to mimic the permission scheme that Atlassian uses for their Jira issues, and would greatly apprediate some help with understanding how they've got it set up.
The end desire is to allow public access to read issues, only, excluding commit messages, commits, etc.
Any help is appreciated..... a walkthrough would be fantabulous!
I'm suspecting that you are referring to jira.atlassian.com, right? Basically, to see an issue an user needs only the Browse Project permission, so you'd simply need to grant that permission to 'Anyone' (Group), which would make the issues in the projects using this permission visible by anyone (even users not logged in).
Just make sure 'Browse Project' is the only permission 'Anyone' have, and by doing so users that are not currently logged in won't be able to comment, edit the issue, etc. You can see more about this in our Managing Project Permissions docs.
If you have any other doubts, just let me know. :)
From this menu there is no way to control what will show up. :(
However this should not present any problems to you as clicking on Test Sessions will prompt for login, and dashboards will take him to the System Dashboard (which you can define as you want).
I've found today that there seems to be some disconnect between Jira permissions and Greenhopper.
An anonymous user can move issues between columns, and also can see commits to Github, whereas they are not viewable when accessing the issue directly in Jira.
I tried to find some Greenhopper settings for this, but cannot even see Greenhopper settings anymore.
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