|Version 19 (modified by dkg, 4 years ago) (diff)|
Hide sensitive tickets with a checkbox.
Beware: Hooks that send mail on ticket changes will still send mail for sensitive tickets; this may not be what you want.
A user submits a security related ticket to a project's Trac, which is generally open to the public. They mark it as "Sensitive" so that only people in the internal team that deal with security issues can see the ticket.
A team uses Trac to handle its business development tasks, but wants to leave the record open for all. Some tasks, however--say, dealing with difficult clients--are sensitive. Those tickets are marked as sensitive and hidden to others but viewable by the business development team.
See also: PrivateTicketsPlugin.
Once this plugin is enabled, you'll have to insert it at the appropriate place in your list of permission policies, e.g.
[trac] permission_policies = SensitiveTicketsPolicy, DefaultPermissionPolicy, LegacyAttachmentPolicy
Users with SENSITIVE_VIEW privileges will be able to see and act on tickets marked sensitive, as will any user configured to be able to bypass the sensitive marker (e.g. if the user is the ticket owner or reporter, or is in the CC field, and the associated flags are set in [sensitivetickets] section of trac.ini.
This plugin also adds the SENSITIVE_ACTIVITY_VIEW permission, which is narrower in scope than SENSITIVE_VIEW. Accounts with SENSITIVE_ACTIVITY_VIEW will be able to see activity on sensitive material in the timeline, but will only be able to identify it by ticket number, comment number, and timestamp. All other content will be redacted. SENSITIVE_ACTIVITY_VIEW can be useful (for example) for providing a notification daemon the ability to tell that some activity happened without leaking the content of that activity.
Needs an environment upgrade (or just adding the appropriate stanza to [ticket-custom] in trac.ini after enabling.
If you have any issues, create a new ticket.
Source & Download
Download the zipped source from [download:sensitiveticketsplugin here].