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http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Preventing_access Specifically the 'Simple Private Wiki' information; Simple private wiki For the common use case of "a private wiki, for oneself and approved others", you need to: Restrict viewing Restrict editing Restrict account creation Hope this helps.
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Yes, Add and Edit member permission in each board you create. When you create each board also assign those same three people. Open each board and click on each icon / name in turn. (Top right corner where the member icons are) Use the "Change permissions..." link to make each an Admin for each board. You can also edit their permissions in the ...
Dnbrv is correct that the data needs to be indexed for search engines I'd look through your analytics and if other users are actually seeing these timestamps, and it really bothers you, you could always take the search box off under 'Site Layout' The analytics won't lie, just because someone could potentially see this info doesnt mean anyone actually is Jon
Could could try out fogbugz http://www.fogcreek.com/fogbugz/ however it isnt free but it is really good. Persmissions info can be found here Guide on managing them - https://developers.fogbugz.com/default.asp?W119
I am not sure if you are looking for a Tool or You want to develop a hack by your self which can give you this kind of control. If you are looking for a tool then http://www.webex.com/ can do wonders for you. In this you can share not only your entire desktop but also individual app. In this App can be seen by all but only 1 person has control over it. Then ...
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