I support locking all wikis in the list made by Tim S.
Also all wikis with less than 5 users and less than 50 articles should be
checked, even where there was some activity (say less than 100 edits in the
last 2 months). Some of them might be squatted or spammed.
Le Saturday 6 November 2004 14:58, André Müller a écrit :
Hope this doesn't seem like a dumb question...
Does locking the small
Wikis mean that no one can access them at all until there is a request
in reopening it again? Or is it just that no one will be able to edit or
create entries anymore? OR is it that *only* logged in users are able to
edit/create the articles in it?
The latter seems like a good solution to me, if this is possible.
This isn't really a solution, as spammers and squatters (Zazaki, f.e.) don't
hesitate to log in.
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