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User & Date: wyoung 2018-08-13 01:11:41
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2018-08-13
03:23
Assorted minor improvements to the www/alerts.md document. The major one is re-emphasizing the need to give capability 7 to some user or user category. Ask me how I came to think this necessary. :) check-in: 3e75a683ef user: wyoung tags: trunk
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Typo fix check-in: c3d9c8e082 user: wyoung tags: trunk
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More forum.wiki tweaks check-in: 26424763c7 user: wyoung tags: trunk
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Users and/or anonymous passers-by can visit the 
[/subscribe](/subscribe) page to sign
up for email notification.  After signing up, a single verification email
is sent.  The new subscriber must click a link on that email in order to
activate the subscription.

Subscription verification emails are only sent once.  This is a defense
against malecious robots that try to harass innocent internet users
by having subscription pages send multiple verification emails.
If the initial subscription verification does not go through correctly,
an administrator must intervene to reset the subscription.

Every subscriber has a long random hexadecimal security code that serves
as their password.  All email notifications contain a link back to the
Fossil server, incorporating this security code, that allows the 







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Users and/or anonymous passers-by can visit the 
[/subscribe](/subscribe) page to sign
up for email notification.  After signing up, a single verification email
is sent.  The new subscriber must click a link on that email in order to
activate the subscription.

Subscription verification emails are only sent once.  This is a defense
against malicious robots that try to harass innocent internet users
by having subscription pages send multiple verification emails.
If the initial subscription verification does not go through correctly,
an administrator must intervene to reset the subscription.

Every subscriber has a long random hexadecimal security code that serves
as their password.  All email notifications contain a link back to the
Fossil server, incorporating this security code, that allows the