I have installed Drupal 5.7 and civicrm 2.0.2 which is the latest civi version. In the civicrm ACL it actually allows you to create permissions for "events" and assign roles to it. This makes me a little confused. If a person is already an Administrator, and he has "Administer civicrm" access, he can already create and edit events.
This ACL however gives the option to give "edit" or "view" rights to users for EVENTS... and you can choose "all" events or a specific one. So, i guess my question is ... can you now disable "Administer civicrm" and use this acl to give someone access to simply edit an existing event?
I tried that, and it still says access denied. So what is this event acl for then?
I even disabled the "profile listings" and "access custom data" (in drupal acl) for the role as the instructions suggested.