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Consider that the community really needs this, currently I host quite a lot of content and this feature is necessary…🏷️ dev 🏷️ feature
Oh, sorry for slow to response. You don’t have to pay anything.
I’m busy for another open project. I hope I can fix this problem this weekend with a (temp) solution.
It may be a little surprise. Deletion is not as easy as it looks like.
So I want to know how do you deal with if there are posts in these inn.
The next version, site admin could pin/lock/hide posts and the new user would be standard(not senior, so they have no permission to create inn).
Could you accept this solution?
I’ve done something similar while waiting for a big update that would really delete posts and inns (deleting an inn also means deleting topics and replies to those topics of course, I know there’s a lot to consider so I’ll let you do your job you’re much more competent).
What I’ve done is modify the is_mod function to return true if uid == 1.
As for the senior role at registration, I’ve reduced the number to 10 so that future registrants don’t have to.
I’ve also set an image limit of 4mo.
So that’s it, this patch I’ve made will hold up so that you’ll take your time for a future big update rather than just a patch, reading my feedback topic might help you find new features or focus on what’s really important.
Thank you ;)
Only the senior user could create inn. And I set the first 500 users senior default. This will be removed in the next version.
As for deletion, there may not be a truly deletion in the next version. There might be something like inn_status == “banned”. So only the site admin could see this inn.
I’m actually thinking of stopping using freedit for a while, it’s not functional enough.
Because today images of child pornography were posted on the my instance, I can’t stand it and I couldn’t even delete them because freedit has so few moderation tools.
I also thought that if someone made a solo for their following and it was pornography or something forbidden, I’d never know. Not to mention the impossibility of deleting inns (but I could wait for that). This is too much.
@freedit I understand, I’m all about privacy, too. I don’t think a project can be judged purely by the number of stars. For example, compared to answer.apache.org, although there are many stars, freedit looks more like a work of art. So I’m looking forward to seeing your other works.