I'm sorry for replying so late, thank you very much for your offer, I'm
sure that I (we) will contact you, when we convert the next old projects.
But at the moment were are pushing hard to reduce the unvalidated pages
especially on projects which stay here for a long time without any progress
- we call them Altlasten (inherited burdens).
I'm quite happy, that we found an agreement for the IP's and proofread.
2010/7/9 ThomasV <thomasV1(a)gmx.de>
ok, I just commited a configuration option that
will allow anons to modify pagequality levels.
In the future, I plan to automate semi-protection of
pages when they reach q4 ; this task is currently being
done by robots at de.ws. Note that this option might
cause problems when semi-protection is enabled, because
an anonymous user who sets a page to q4 will be locked
out from editing again. We can restrict IPs to q3 in users
in order to avoid that.
ThomasV a écrit :
I recently had an interesting IRC discussion with
two users of
the German Wikisource (PDD and Paulis). It turned out that what
they request is not a complete disabling of the extension's identity
check, as I thought previously. They want IPs to be allowed to modify
quality levels, but they also agree with the extension forbidding to
the same user to set both q3 and q4, or to set q4 directly.
I think that I can accept such a solution, because it would not
strongly damage the semantics of q3 and q4. It remains to be
seen if this solution can be accepted by the rest of the de.ws
community. They both seemed confident about that.
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