Hey all.. the shared login for wiki.zope.org editing has been discovered by a spammer, so I've changed the password. The
login is now zope, edit0r. See the message below for more context.
In 2011/05 I wrote:
> Dear all,
> edit spam across the wiki.zope.org wikis, gradually increasing over
> the years, has reached multiple incidents per day, multiple days per
> month. Current cleanup procedures take too much time (and are not 100%
> thorough - spam remains in history) and I don't want to spend time
> developing cleverer defenses. Therefore, from today making changes on
> any of the wiki.zope.org wikis requires authentication (a zwiki
> username cookie is no longer enough.)
> This marks the transition of our wikis from those early, lowest-
> possible-barrier-to-entry wiki days, to the modern era of mandatory
> access control. :-/
> Since there is no member management software in place to allow you to
> self-register, to get a login you'll need to either
> - - ask an admin to make one for you. The current wiki.zope.org admin
> users are: Simon Michael, Andreas Jung, Baiju Muthukadan, Sascha
> Welter, Michael Haubenwallner, Fred Drake, Jim Fulton, Ken Manheimer,
> Kevin Teague.
> - - use this generic login: zope, zope. The downside of using this a lot
> is that edit history will become less useful.
> Also, on wikis using the default skin (all but the zope3 wiki), to
> trigger a login prompt you'll need to manually visit some restricted
> url. Eg append /editform to any page, like so:
> http://wiki.zope.org/zope2/Zope2Wiki/editform >
> I hope this will stop the spam, and not inconvenience editors too
> much. Please let me know if you have authenticated and still can't edit.
> If you are interested in improving this setup, doing any other
> maintenance of the zope wikis, or taking over as zope wiki czar -
> please step forward! I'd be happy to mentor and provide all needed
> - -Simon