We need to implement a Django middleware which notices if the current HTTP request matches a current user ban, and if so makes sure the user is logged out before proceeding. Optionally, when it does this, it could redirect to a page explaining that the user/IP/whatever is banned, and offering info on how to find out what happened/talk to someone who could lift the ban.
Commits pushed to master at https://github.com/mozilla/kuma https://github.com/mozilla/kuma/commit/b0998c5f6f749538324056bea4f51ec790393b2d Fix bug 869480 and bug 809495: infrastructure for user bans. This is a simple model for user bans, and a middleware which enforces them. The middleware will log out any request from a banned user, and show them a page which can explain that they're banned, and show the reason for the ban, before letting them proceed to their requested page. A simple user-banning view (keyed off permission to create the UserBan model) is also included, collecting appropriate details on who issued the ban and why. https://github.com/mozilla/kuma/commit/2d0a0bb5ad9cf7f058d94e0005ed2d7d1ad54772 Merge pull request #1108 from ubernostrum/ban-middleware-869480 Fix bug 869480 and bug 809495: infrastructure for user bans.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 6 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
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