[pmwiki-users] cleaning up the wiki (terminology)

michael paulukonis xraysmalevich at gmail.com
Tue Aug 13 07:57:45 CDT 2013

Gotcha! Something like this ran through my head last night -- what, a
week-and-a-half after first posting it. heh.

-Michael Paulukonis
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On Tue, Aug 13, 2013 at 4:03 AM, <5ko at 5ko.fr> wrote:

> michael paulukonis writes:
>> What's the difference between "de-sandbox" and "de-spam" ?
>> Petko -- you tend to use, although not exclusively, "de-sandbox."
>> Both uses seem to refer to revert spammed-pages back to their previous
>> version.
> De-sandbox is when I'm fixing something that someone may have broken
> unintentionnaly, while trying the wiki features.
> Despam is when it is an edit inserting spam (unrelated external links)
> and/or looks like a "bot" (an automated program making edits on open wikis).
> I tend to assume good faith when there is doubt, probably that's why you
> see de-sandbox more often. :-)
> Petko
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