[pmwiki-users] RFC: Ratings Redux
dausha at gmail.com
Wed Sep 27 12:00:20 CDT 2006
On 9/27/06, Patrick R. Michaud <pmichaud at pobox.com> wrote:
> I don't think we need a "rating" for this -- a simple [[!Unsupported]]
> category tag will do. If someone asks a question and gets no answer
> or a slow one, then just add the [[!Unsupported]] tag to the page
> (ideally right next to the question that is needing an answer :-).
> Then we can easily identify which recipes are "unsupported".
Perhaps we should consider an included flag instead of just a category
tag? I regret to use the example of Wikipedia. However, that page
provides a fine example for reference. Let's use "unsupported" as an
example. If a recipe is unsupported, then we could put the following
markup at the top of the page:
This markup would provide a colorful banner informing the reader of
the unsupported nature of the recipe (perhaps even encouraging the
reader become a foster parent of the page?). In that banner would also
be the [[!PageFlaggedUnsupported]] category, which should help list
which pages need assistance.
In the alternative, perhaps (:flag unsupported:) would magically
accomplish the same task via pre-(:include:) markup replacement? This
would reduce typos in the longer (:include:) markup.
Just my 0.015 Euros.
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