Robert Treat wrote:
>>>3) There is *no* moderation at all for the doc comments, I
>>>suppose? You know why PHP's have such a good signal-to-noise
>>>ratio? Here is the
>>There is no moderation, though I believe some of the docs guys go
>>through them before any releases to incorporate anything useful.
>>Feel free to add some moderation if you like - an email to the list with
>>a link to an 'approve' script in /admin would do the job I guess.
> Something I've been thinking of adding to our current admin stuff is an
> automatic email of actual approvals of news/events; I see they do something
> similar on the php docs by emailing out any changes, I'd really like to have
> that feature included if we add moderation tech to our docs.
Before I actually start working on admin pages: what exactly do you want sent to
1) News items/events added (like it is done now).
2) Approvals of news/events (automatically, unlike now).
3) Added doc comments.
4) Approved/deleted doc comments.
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