Diff for /wikisrc/wiki/todo/let_non-developers_contribute_content.mdwn between versions 1.25 and 1.26

version 1.25, 2010/02/09 02:20:48 version 1.26, 2010/02/09 02:37:33
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 >>>> spammers and comemnters on our blog for now I don't think that we  >>>> spammers and comemnters on our blog for now I don't think that we
 >>>> have more then 30 uniq commenters/spammers that is so low number  >>>> have more then 30 uniq commenters/spammers that is so low number
 >>>> that we should block user non auth editing because of it. -- [[haad]]  >>>> that we should block user non auth editing because of it. -- [[haad]]
   
   >>>>> Not speaking for spz, but the current holdup is a more general
   >>>>> interaction with [[!iki plugins/httpauth]] combined with any other
   >>>>> type of auth (including [[!iki plugins/anonok]]). Once it's fixed,
   >>>>> it's about the same amount of work for us to whitelist the OpenIDs
   >>>>> of actual human contributors as it is for us to allow fully anonymous
   >>>>> editing. So the question becomes, what's best for this wiki that admins
   >>>>> feel is reasonably manageable and responsible? Even if the risk of
   >>>>> opening ourselves for editing by the whole Internet is small -- and
   >>>>> we can't know that -- I'm not comfortable putting TNF at that risk
   >>>>> unless there's a very compelling argument for it. --[[schmonz]]

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