Difference: CERNGit (2 vs. 3)

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static e-groups and self-subscription policy

A static e-group means that the creator defines the policies for self-subscription and users are not granted access to the members list.

dynamic e-groups

Dynamic e-groups are defined by criteria such as experiment, department, status and location.

privacy policy

privacy policy comment
e-group Owner-Admins The owner and administrators only are granted access to the members list.
e-group members E-group members only are granted access to the members list.
CERN registered users CERN users only are granted access to the members list.
Open Any user is granted access to the members list.

owners and administrators

There is one owner and can be multiple administrators of an e-group. Ownership can be transferred. Owners and administrators have the same usage rights of the e-group. When an e-group is deleted, the owner only can recreate a group with the same name 30 days afterwards.

posting restrictions

By default, owners and administrators only are granted the ability to post messages. This can be changed in the mail properties configuration.


E-group archives are available here:

using e-groups for access control

e-groups can be used for granting access to Indico events. In order to do this, access the Indico event's management page and then access the protection section.


create a repository

To create a GIT repository, access CERN Forge (a portal for the management of SVN, Git and JIRA projects) and create a request for a GIT repository:

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