Commit 86c05ab2 authored by Leigh Stoller's avatar Leigh Stoller

Fix up verbiage on what privs that project_root and group_root have

wrt subgroups. Also noted that group created is no longer in the group
by default.
parent 4abda60b
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As project leader, you may create and destroy subgroups, and add or
remove project members from your groups. You are automatically a
member of new groups you create; even though you are not the
designated leader of the group, you still retain all of the same
permissions that you have as project leader, within the group. This
means that you can terminate experiments that have been created within
the group, and edit the personal information for group members. To
create a group, simply go to the Project Information link at your
left, and look for the "Create New Group" link, or go to the <a
As project leader (or a group_root in the project), you may create and
destroy subgroups, and add or remove project members from those
groups. You can make yourself the leader of a subgroup, but more
typically you would designate someone else to lead a subgroup. While
you are not automatically a member of new groups you create, you may
add yourself after the group is created using the group edit page.
However, you do not have to put yourself into the subgroup; you have
all the same privledges in the subgroup. The main difference is that
your home directory will not be available on nodes belonging to
experiments created in subgroups (see below). This means that you can
terminate experiments that have been created within the group, and
edit the personal information for group members. To create a group,
simply go to the Project Information link at your left, and look for
the "Create New Group" link, or go to the <a
href=https://www.emulab.net/newgroup_form.php3>Create New Group</a>
page directly. Once you have created a group, you can edit the
members of the group by clicking on the "Edit" option in the group
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