webwit wrote:[...] the problem of people editing out completed sales. I hate that. But people own their own posts. And may have a different opinion. We can have some guidelines stating it is frowned upon to edit out the prices and such, but people still own their own posts. [...]
koralatov wrote:Preventing editing out of prices post-sale has the benefit that it creates a permanent record of previous sale prices for others to refer to later. [...]
Hmm, thought provoking, thank-you. No. I now realise that I don't.webwit wrote:A good example how this cannot be divided is the problem of people editing out completed sales. I hate that. But people own their own posts. And may have a different opinion. We can have some guidelines stating it is frowned upon to edit out the prices and such, but people still own their own posts. The alternative is that -I- and the other founders own your posts. Do you want that?
webwit wrote:There are similar problems with ranking. With a relatively small community, in the end what you'll have is a bunch of people ranking their keyboard friends, with one or two exceptions, which are well known. I don't want to rank my buddies.
xbb wrote:I like the second option.
Extra level is okay I think if there are not too many subforums,how you going to implement this?
Level 1 is a subforum and Level 2 is a prefix?
webwit wrote:Not sure yet. If we decide for the simpler one we can just use prefixes, unless we also group some more prefixes under one tab. There's also the possibility to make it a user option. Simple tabs by default, with the option for Advanced tabs. Besides doing it with subforums I guess there's the possibility to do it with subprefixes. The first mockup with one dimensional tabs is actually based on code I quickly wrote in a test.
I was thinking to make the tab look a bit like the buttons with the bottom border removed.
webwit wrote:There are a lot of people who want rules to prevent other people posting stuff they don't like, but I find most of this is just a matter of opinion....
.... Make up your own mind, without some rank attached to it.
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