Yes, for each project you want to allow them to see, just make sure the group "anyone" is named in the permission scheme for the project. Allow them "browse" access.
You will then also need to share all the filters, dashboards and boards with "everyone"/"anyone" as well.
A minor word of warning - do not give any form of write access to "anyone" - you won't be able to track who makes changes if you do. Stick to "browse project", "see workflow", "view source control" at most.
A month later, and I've solved this: you need to have "None" as an option in your issue permission scheme; and you need to have Security Level in your field configuration set to Optional instead of Required. Then you can set the security level for any issue to None, and anybody can see it.
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