rumble at cord
Jul 11, 2012, 5:50 AM
Post #1 of 2
As to not clutter the vote with too much stuff, I'm posting a new thread
Current configuration of httpd site on comments.a.o
here with some more in-detail information about how the httpd project is
set up on comments.apache.org, and what will happen if the vote passes
Options that are enabled:
- Users have to register an account and validate their email in order to
receive reply notifications (thanks for this idea, Stefan)
- HTML is NOT allowed
- Comments cannot be longer than 2,500 characters. This should be enough
to write a couple of paragraphs and show some configuration examples.
- Names cannot contain links
- Comments that contain links other than those pointing to *.apache.org
are flagged as 'not approved' and will need to be approved by a
moderator before showing up on the site
Options that are not enabled, but can be:
- Posting a comment can require a registered account
- Users can use Gravatar avatars next to their comments
- Posting new comments can be disabled
- Showing comments can be disabled
Users that are not committers can be permitted to moderate our site.
This can be a great way to allow new people to be "semi-committers"
without having to actually invite, vote and set them up as committers
just yet. Currently, we have one user, Sling (Mathijs) set up as a
moderator for the httpd site, and I have full confidence that he'll do
an excellent job, just as he is doing, helping out on our IRC channel.
Integration of comments.a.o into the docs:
Once the voting is done, and provided the vote passes, I will start
integrating the comments system into the 2.2 and 2.4 branch. I won't be
doing it tonight, but rather tomorrow when I am satisfied that any
remaining kinks in the system has been dealt with. By holding off till
tomorrow, we should have a fresh set of eyes on the launch, in case we
start receiving many comments. I will start by adding the system to the
2.4 branch, and let it work for a day or two before adding it to the 2.2
branch, as 2.4 presumably has less traffic and thus would be easier to
fix should anything be off about the system.
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