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Re: [drupal-15] Drupal expert on group security available this weekend?

From: willy s.
Sent on: Monday, January 19, 2009 7:36 PM
Hey I ended up getting Paul fixed up.  He didn't pay me the $100 but he smoked me out and gave me an eighth of shrooms.  I'm so glad I joined this group I'm making so many awesome contacts!


On Fri, Jan 9, 2009 at 6:28 PM, Anita <[address removed]> wrote:
My friend Paul needs some Drupal help this weekend.  His contact info is [address removed] , [masked] cell

He sent me this email:

I'm willing to pay $100.
I've been totally stressed on the CHPS project, which hit a (perceived) crisis.  I've been at it for 15 days and am a little wired for the moment, trying to drive myself to deploy to our beta server.  And our client found a big, gaping security hole and there's nothing in all of Google to adequately answer my questions...  how do I keep people who are not members of a group from viewing, editing and deleting its posts?
We are setting up an environmentally-safe Construction materials registry, and we are using Drupal.  The people who use the site will post information about their product, and the claims about that product which will be scrutinized by the people at SCScertified, and if allowed, made searchable by the public who will be architects and school builders.
We want Users for each companyto safely post contact information, product information, claims, make payment for the assessment.  We are using OG, and have OG user roles, and OG Content type, and they are likely not configured correctly.  When we put up a page with a product and claims, there are category links that takes anyone to a page listing all products, with edit and delete buttons.
We are opening our site to a new set of beta testers mid-next week, and it has to be intuitive, and secure, and working by then.
That's your spec.  Know an expert who can help me solve this and other problems over the weekend?

Anita Edge
[masked] cell

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