Description: This module is the result of the discussion in http://drupal.org/node/310592. It allows the admin to select groups that become superadmin groups. As of now, "superadmin" is a little bit too ambitious. So, what it does: Members of a superadmin group are able to also see into private groups, they are though not able to edit content here.
This is a plugin that tries to protect the superadmin (userid 1) against attempts to edit or delete this user. Please note: This plugin is not extensivly tested and might be dangerous when used in the wrong way. Users can easily disable these protections if they are able to execute php in any way.
1. Upload superadmin.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory 2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins'...
OG User Roles Access (OGURA) extends OGUR 4+ (OG User Roles) and introduces group roles specific node access realms. Thus you can specify assign group specific roles to a user and have per content type specific access permissions.
The OG Public Access module allows Organic Groups (OG) administrators to control public access to their groups' content. This module does not require group administrators to be granted the site-wide administer nodes permission.
The OG Invite Restrict module is a simple module that limits the OG invitation page to only accept current usernames - not email addresses. This has the effect of only being able to invite current users of the site into the group.