[jitsi-users] "Shared document" button still present after user is kicked out of conference


#1

Hello all,

I am very impressed with meet.jit.si, and I'm now testing it before
starting to recommend it to more people. One bug I found is that when
someone is kicked out of a locked conference, the "Shared document" button
that opens the etherpad is still present, and the person who has been
kicked out can still view and edit the document. If someone is being kicked
out for being disruptive, then they can continue to be disruptive through
the etherpad.

When someone who has never been in the locked conference goes to the URL
for it, there is no "shared document" button visible. Based on this, it
seems possible that the "shared document" button should be removed or
disabled when someone is kicked out of a conference. However it is done,
access to the etherpad should be removed when someone is kicked out of the
conference.

I have skimmed through the trac issues, and done a few searches of the
mailing list, and I didn't see anything like this bug.

Thanks for the great work on this service! adelante,

Cleve


#2

Hmm ... that's a nice catch .... I wonder if Etherpad supports kicking
though ...

--sent from my mobile

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On 09 Sep 2014 9:02 PM, "fchiggins ." <fchiggins@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello all,

I am very impressed with meet.jit.si, and I'm now testing it before
starting to recommend it to more people. One bug I found is that when
someone is kicked out of a locked conference, the "Shared document" button
that opens the etherpad is still present, and the person who has been
kicked out can still view and edit the document. If someone is being kicked
out for being disruptive, then they can continue to be disruptive through
the etherpad.

When someone who has never been in the locked conference goes to the URL
for it, there is no "shared document" button visible. Based on this, it
seems possible that the "shared document" button should be removed or
disabled when someone is kicked out of a conference. However it is done,
access to the etherpad should be removed when someone is kicked out of the
conference.

I have skimmed through the trac issues, and done a few searches of the
mailing list, and I didn't see anything like this bug.

Thanks for the great work on this service! adelante,

Cleve

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#3

Nice catch indeed.

Just had a quick look and it seems that there's a way to create a password
protected etherpad session, which supports some kind of refusing access to
the users that become unauthorised.

This was really a quick glance, but we could investigate the possibilities.

I'll make sure we have a ticket for this one.

Cheers,
Yana

Hmm ... that's a nice catch .... I wonder if Etherpad supports kicking

though ...

--sent from my mobile

Hello all,

I am very impressed with meet.jit.si, and I'm now testing it before

starting to recommend it to more people. One bug I found is that when
someone is kicked out of a locked conference, the "Shared document" button
that opens the etherpad is still present, and the person who has been
kicked out can still view and edit the document. If someone is being kicked
out for being disruptive, then they can continue to be disruptive through
the etherpad.

When someone who has never been in the locked conference goes to the URL

for it, there is no "shared document" button visible. Based on this, it
seems possible that the "shared document" button should be removed or
disabled when someone is kicked out of a conference. However it is done,
access to the etherpad should be removed when someone is kicked out of the
conference.

I have skimmed through the trac issues, and done a few searches of the

mailing list, and I didn't see anything like this bug.

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On Sep 10, 2014 11:14 AM, "Emil Ivov" <emcho@jitsi.org> wrote:

On 09 Sep 2014 9:02 PM, "fchiggins ." <fchiggins@gmail.com> wrote:

Thanks for the great work on this service! adelante,

Cleve

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