[MLB-WIRELESS] Node Database and Wiki housekeeping...
denis at denisandyuki.net
Thu Oct 29 19:20:04 AEDT 2015
Only theoretically ... Dan and I were never able to edit.
On 29 October 2015 at 17:01, Peter Buncle <Peter at nmc.net.au> wrote:
> Hi Ryan,
> Are you a paid up member , if so you can edit the wiki.
> > On 27 Oct 2015, at 7:19 pm, "sneeze at alphalink.com.au" <
> sneeze at alphalink.com.au> wrote:
> > I know I've been banging on about this... but the Node Database really
> > some attention.
> > 847 nodes haven't been updated in 4 or more years and 348 of those are
> > "interested". 132 are still "gathering" and 84 are "building".
> > I think it's fair to say that after 4 years of no activity, they're
> > no longer interested, gathering or building.
> > Can we perhaps create a new node status for "inactive" and configure the
> > database to hide these nodes from the list by default.
> > Node owners can always log in and update their node status again if they
> > become interested again.
> > We still also have the issue of quite a few nodes which have been
> > created in error whether they be duplicates or no node information has
> > been entered.
> > Also, whoever can assist me with access, I'm keen to clean up the wiki a
> > as it's all pretty dated content nowadays.
> > -Ryan
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