>From: Samuel Bollinger [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Friday, January 18, 2002 12:36 PM
>To: Fred Williams
>Subject: RE: Post editing
>I like that idea. Most people are trustworthy.
>I'm leaving Mon. for a week minimum. Please try not to feel too
>overwhelmed. You can always take the board offline if things get to
>be a huge hassle and I'll help when I get back.
>On 18 Jan 2002, at 11:30, Fred Williams wrote:
>That's a good point!
>A thought that came to mind is that we allow editing privileges to
>are in good standing and not likely to re-edit over a moderator. This kind
>of gets into our ideas about different levels of membership. What do
>you think? If that sounds like something that makes sense to you,
>I can find
>the time to make the changes in the next week or so (I actually don't think
>this would take too long to do).
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Samuel Bollinger [mailto:email@example.com]
>> Sent: Friday, January 18, 2002 10:51 AM
>> To: Fred Williams
>> Subject: Re: Post editing
>> Hi Fred.
>> Yes I disabled it. The ability to come behind a moderator and re-
>> edit/post same material I thought inappropriate. If this is something
>> that you don't feel will be abused, feel free to change it back. You
>> have to do it for all 3 member sets.
>> On 18 Jan 2002, at 10:37, Fred Williams wrote:
>> Howdy Samuel,
>> I had a free moment to visit the board and noticed a comment by
>> "Creationistalltheway" that he could not edit his own posts.
>> I checked the
>> admin area and this capability was turned off for all
>> members. Do you know
>> if this was intentional? Maybe some kind of reset occurred in
>> the past that
>> reset things to a default value. Let me know if I should go ahead and
>> re-enable it. I didn't want to do it unless I knew for sure you hadn't
>> disabled it for some reason.
>> I think its been a blessing my friend stepped in to
>> moderate. I
>> just found out yesterday that this fire I'm putting out at
>> work requires a
>> re-design that I'm going to have to be involved in, which will keep me
>> swamped for at least another two weeks.