This morning's issue on users' inability to edit, save, and publish is resolved following the system restart. We are investigating the root cause.
Please do not hesitate to report error you may encounter today.
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  • If Anonymous users have View permission in your space, it is a public space and can be accessed without a login. Wiki@UCSF policy is that anonymous users may not be given any permissions other than View, so the Anonymous Access section of the Permissions screen is not editable by space administrators. Please email the wiki administrators if you want to make your space viewable by anonymous users.
  • For an overview of permission types, see Permission Types.
  • To add or remove an individual user, see Add/Remove Individual User.
  • To manage or view the members of a user group, see User Group Maintenance.
  • To add, rename, or delete a user group for your space, use the Custom Space User Management option in Space Tools.
  • To add or remove members of a user group, use the Custom Space User Management option in Space Tools.
InstructionsClick screenshots to enlarge

Go into your space, click the Space Tools menu (bottom left) and select Permissions.

The screen shows all groups and individuals with access to your space.  To add/change permissions, click the Edit Permissions button. Don't forget to click the 'Save all' button at the bottom of the page when you are done.