Website and Forums Progress Report

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Re: Website and Forums Progress Report

Post by stan » 03 Oct 2017, 01:38

Yes we cleaned out hundreds of inactive members leaving old ts folks. There is still more that could go, but will leave them until the next purge. One type of member I try to remove are forum savvy spammers who just put their website link on the profile and never come back. There also seems to just be people who join sites to put a weird name with no intention of actually coming back.
But we did get the Delineator join a few weeks back, an old member Tim V.

As for not being able to split images and scripts then I'd say go back to what we had.

Finis can just login to see images or stay logged in. Most sites don't give access to those things unless you are a member. We shouldn't either.

New real members may be few and far between, but they do happen.

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Re: Website and Forums Progress Report

Post by RAYMAN » 05 Nov 2017, 18:40

New members depend on content! If the content is up.. new folks come!

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Re: Website and Forums Progress Report

Post by clintonman » 04 Mar 2018, 16:39

Found some inconsistency in the attachment/image permissions. All is open to guests as read only except for Members Only, Forum Requests and Important Announcements.
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Re: Website and Forums Progress Report

Post by clintonman » 05 Mar 2018, 01:03

Final permissions.

Guests can see images/attachments in all forums except:
SDK forum - guests cannot see images/attachments
Shared Space forum - completely hidden from guests because of the exposed ip addresses of the hosts.
Members Only forum under Off Topic - hidden and cannot be seen by guests because that's the way it was originally setup.
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