Can I override 'Edit own content' for a particular role and a particular node using taxonomy access? Or better, can I simply switch off Drupal's built-in access content module and solely rely on the settings of TAC (taxonomy access content module)?
What I'm trying to accomplish here is:
a user creates content, the user works on their own content until they think it's ready for moderation upon which they'll set a taxonomy term to 'finished content'. A moderator now comes into play and checks the content of the user. If they decide to approve the content they set a vocabulary term to 'approved content'. This triggers a rule which sets the locking vocabulary of that node to the term 'Locked'. At this point the author should not be able anymore to edit this content.
The problem is that node access permissions still allows the author to edit their own content. How would you tackle such a problem? Cheers!