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Way to limit which Wikis are visible?

We have Community Users (mostly internal folks who contribute to product design and discussions in the wikis) and licensed Users, both internal and external, one of the the external in this case is a contractor hired to implement product X. 
The Community Users need to be able to see certain wikis, so we have enabled Community Users with email-confirmed registration in those wikis.
The licensed users have been put into two clients, Internal and company Y, and there is a project defined for the product X, that the contractor will be working on.  I can limit access to only the product cases for the contractor using their Company Y client setting, but I have not found a way to limit access for them to see only the wiki for Product X.  They see all of the other wikis we have set up also, since they are open to all licensed users.
If I select this option: This wiki is only for users from this client / department, then the ability for community users to see a wiki is disabled.  So I cannot use this setting on the rest of the wikis that our internal community users need access to.
Any solutions?
Carolyn C Send private email
Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Adding community users to clients/departments is a design goal of FogBugz 7.  This will allow you to expose wikis and discussion groups only to a subset of community users.
Rich Armstrong Send private email
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
That would be great! Any timeframes for when that would be available, or workarounds for now?
Carolyn C Send private email
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Sorry, there's no workaround.  I can't really give specifics around our release schedule.  What I can say is that we're actively coding the next release right now.  Once active coding is complete, we still have QA, bug fixing, beta, etc.  So that should give you a bit better of an idea of where we are in the process.
Rich Armstrong Send private email
Wednesday, December 10, 2008

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