[development] Have you ever laughed fate in the face?
alan.g.dixon at gmail.com
Tue Jul 25 17:12:43 UTC 2006
Seems like there are few different visions of what this thing is.
I'm all for the simpler node, users and comments only undelete feature
(since I mostly only provide this access to end users). I can see the
beauty and power of a full sql-based undo feature (and it makes me
think about the whole staging discussion earlier), though it also
makes me shiver with fear about the scalability of such a thing on a
busy site, and how much mysql overhead it might be generating.
For that kind of rollback, i'd depend more on daily sqldumps, I think.
On 7/25/06, Bèr Kessels <ber at webschuur.com> wrote:
> Op dinsdag 25 juli 2006 10:35, schreef Karoly Negyesi:
> > What about locale strings?
> .. And vocabularies? And terms? And blocks? And menu items? And node-types?
> And lets not forget all the contribs. Deleting content-types in CCK, or views
> in Views. Are we really going to put a WHERE on collection of each of these
> objects? They are called a lot.
> Generalising may seem overkill, but I am sure we can find a gazillion places
> where we would love to have undelete features, but where an extra column
> brings a lot of overhead.
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