when checking a group repository's Member list on the group repository management page, a user can only see a member repository's name if the user has the view-browse privilege of the member repository. If a user doesn't want to see the member repository on the browse page but wants to see its name in its group repository's Members list. The current privilege configuration can't meet the requirement.
1.) Create a user
2.) Create a group repository maven-public which has 2 member repositories: maven-central and maven-releases
3.) Create a role and add the below privileges to the role:
4.) Assign the role in 3.) to the user created in 1.)
5.) Login with the user created in 1.) Go to Administration->Repositories->maven-public
check the Members list, and the repository maven-central isn't shown in the Members list (see attachment)
6.) Add the below privileges to the role in 4.), then the user can see maven-central in the Members list, but it doesn't meet the requirement, as the user should see the repository on the browser page(/#browse/browse).
To see a member repository's name in its Group repository's Members list shouldn't need view-browse privilege