[Bf-committers] New blog: code.blender.org (proposal)

Thomas Dinges dingto at gmx.de
Thu Nov 11 14:39:10 CET 2010

+1 for this comment policy!

Am 11.11.2010 10:43, schrieb mindrones:
> 2) Comments policy
> There are so many things to read that in the end you simply don't read
> anything anymore...
> Example: Durian posts -->  if I see 175 comments I can expect 95% noise,
> like "cool!" comments, and "5%" interesting informations...
> There's the same risk here IMO, so I would like to propose that such a
> blog has a well stated COMMENTS POLICY (I took this idea from a cool
> javascript site I can't remember):
> - people freely comment and make questions
> - the blog author replies and when appropriate he enhances or fix the
> post above
> - the author deletes all noisy comments, so that the page is always good
> and complete, and we don't have to read noisy comments or things that
> have already been fixed in the post
> - to say "post has been cleaned up" the author just leaves a comment
> like "edited" or so, so we know, otherwise he just cleans noisy comments
> and don't leave a "edited" comment.
> - if he cleans many times, more of his "edited" stamps also let us know
> if/when it's worth re-reading the post
> IMO this would result in a beautiful workflow to do documentation:
> - wiki people can then use that material as a base for user docs
> - devs can use that as a base for dev documents too.
> Regards,
> Luca
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