The auth_token needs to be retrieved via the mm.auth.getToken method.
The signature needs to be done with an API key as usual.
To use the MindMeister API and authenticate users, you first need an API Key. With the API key, you'll also receive a shared secret that is used to sign (on your end) and verify (on our end) requests. The majority of the MindMeister API methods require requests to be signed, unlike mm.test.echo which doesn't require signing.
MindMeister File: Id: Name: API Key: Allow export:
What are the Parameters and what do they mean?
Content Access (with this one you can restrict access to content type or nodes by role or author): http://drupal.org/project/content_access ACL (with this one you can restrict by user together with Content Access): http://drupal.org/project/acl Feemanager (well the name says it all): http://drupal.org/projec/freemanager Membership types and registration modification (demands more knowledge in installation, but have more features than Feemanager): http://drupal.org/project/nf_registration_mod One other interesting approuch can be using Organic Groups (OG) which doesnt mean you have to allow your users to create groups with own templates, but you can instead use this and central management it but with a good control, it also supports Content Access. Organic Groups: http://drupal.org/project/og OG User Roles (specify roles for users to limit them in different ways): http://drupal.org/project/og_user_roles