On Sun, Feb 24, 2008 at 7:33 PM, Matthew Brown <morven(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On Sun, Feb 24, 2008 at 6:22 PM, Nathan
So I admit its irritating, but there doesn't
seem to be a better
alternative. If you'd prefer that the policy went back to its original
that is I suppose a valid opinion that simply
lacks consensus or
I'd prefer a practise that tries to preserve rather than delete in
cases where the image was policy-compliant when uploaded, and is only
not standards-compliant right now on technicalities.
Which, we probably can't code into a bot.
Perhaps... shift the operational policy, have the bot tag not result in auto
deletion 7 (or n) days later, but require a manual review to shift it into
an auto-delete n days later category?
Eventually someone will have to deal with the ones that nobody fixes, but
requiring a human being to pull the trigger on "this isn't used per
would be useful.
Perhaps an automated tool that would let people shuffle articles from
bot-tagged to either "Policy compliant but needs rework on justification" or
"Not policy compliant" categories.
Out of curiosity, is there a macro that expands to "What links here" ? If
that were part of the bot tag, that would make the job of people looking at
the tag to reclassify it much easier...
-george william herbert