I don't have that exact security model in place, but
http://www.maflt.org/products/Ibidem could be modified to add it.
On Wed, Sep 21, 2011 at 6:40 AM, Michael Beccaria
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> I've been looking for an out of the box solution to archive and make
> accessible capstone\theses projects to web users. The caveat being that
> when the author submits the paper, they would be able provide
> permissions and metadata to the document (copyright and access) and,
> based on those permissions, the entire document would be made public or
> only the metadata. I know that there are large repository software
> packages like DSpace or Fedora Commons that probably do this, but I was
> looking for something smaller. I don't need to scale to millions of
> documents and have all of the potential bells and whistles. Just
> something that lets people create an account, upload, set permissions
> and the have documents show up in the search interface.
> Anything like this around?
> Mike Beccaria
> Systems Librarian
> Head of Digital Initiative
> Paul Smith's College
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