Now we contrast that with what I read in the 3.2 Rhea documentation under '5.3 Manual permissions'If you do not wish to assign a value for an option for this user or group select NO.
and I am wondering about that not assigning a value sort of statement.NO will be disallow a permission setting unless it is overwritten by a YES.
I checked and found that Rhea documentation after thinking that is seemed odd to be stating "if you do not wish to assign a value" because that seems to be stating you are doing nothing. Now even though we have incorrect English in the Rhea documentation it still seems much clearer by stating that No means we are disallowing permission.
Of course, it seems that the ACP language is informing us that 'No' is the default and the value is it is disallowing permission, but it seems the language in the ACP could be as clear as the language in the Rhea documentation; with the grammar correction, of course.
So my curiosity has me wondering what anyone else might think.