On 5/22/05, Ivan Kelly <ivan at ivankelly.net> wrote:
> Couldn't you just have a moderated wiki and a few people to moderate it. That
> way you allow people to edit without having to log in, but you dont get spam
> content posted.
I too thought that would be the way to go initially, until we had
enough content to be able to choose who could edit it. When one or two
people started abusing it, we'd block their IP(or reqire logins from
their IP- say if it's a school IP), and when(if) a lot of people
started abusing the system, require logins.
Everyone else seems to think differently though, and unless we're
careful we'll spend more time debating it, than doing anything about
it. Having that said, there is no problem IMHO putting all possible
issues on the table now, (since nobody actually discussing it actually
has the server permissions to do anything about it).
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