[Foundation-l] Abuse filter

John at Darkstar vacuum at jeb.no
Sat Mar 28 10:23:46 UTC 2009

You publish something when you push the submit buttan AND it is later
publicly available. It is not published because it reads "submit" on the
button or anything else. It is the action AND the result that publish
the content.

When the content are in fact published is somewhat amusing in itself, it
is no universal accepted definitions of when this is done.


Chad skrev:
> On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 8:29 AM, John at Darkstar <vacuum at jeb.no> wrote:
>> As I see it, all problems comes from public or partly public logging
>> actions that are now in a private context.
> When you press submit, you've already completed your action, and
> it's public. Just because the AbuseFilter doesn't let you add your
> text to the page history doesn't make it any less public.
> Your whole argument stems from this faulty premise of edits/moves/etc
> not being public if they are blocked. This is wrong.
> -Chad
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