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Probably as part of commons_misc().
- Use site search
- View user profiles
Anonymous users should be able to use the connector to login or create an account. As it stands now, it signs them in with an ugly default username of oauthconnectorf8898sy09. They should be directed to create a new account, or sign-in to an existing account.
I granted anonymous users the ability to view user profiles and removed some AdaptiveTheme settings that should now be set during installation.
Let's set the Search permissions in the Commons_Search module.
@Topcheese - I didn't realize Oauth was providing any value so far - Could you comment on the existing issue to discuss work related to that module?
not sure if it's even an issue because I don't think that feature of Commons has been decided yet. Using what you have now Oauth Connector seems to work, but it has not been hooked in to Commons yet. I've just been trying to follow along and help.CommonsLogin/signup to Commons site with Google/Facebook account
ConnectorAllow automatic account creation from connectorsPrefill user form patch
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Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.
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