Colm Buckley wrote:
> Ghods... what's wrong with having a simple moderator to approve new
> wiki editors? We're not talking about life-or-death response times
>That may well be sufficient now, and perhaps always will be.
I have no idea how many spam bots will be applying versus moderators
will be approving in the long run to have a clue whether this will
survive in the long term or not. Unlike just starting with an
unregistered wiki, this seems a reasonable starting point anyway. If
the Scoil Linux group decides it's important enough to change they/we
can sort it out.
And no we are not talking about life-or-death response times here, but
imho the chances of the person who registers to make some
changes/additions doing them is inversely proportional to the time taken
to get in, but unfortunately the time taken to register is also probably
inversely proportinal to the junk rate.
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