[development] Requiring node revisions

David Strauss david at fourkitchens.com
Thu Jun 7 21:35:16 UTC 2007

Minor edits are only marked as such for human interpretation. There is
no difference in the software handling.

Take it from someone with commit access to MediaWiki. :-)

Larry Garfield wrote:
> Codex (Wikipedia) does something similar.  It has a "this is a minor edit" checkbox that, I presume, skips the versioning process.  Some well-labeled option like that could be useful if we go the all-revisions route.
> --Larry Garfield
> On Thu, 7 Jun 2007 21:35:22 +0200, Stefan Nagtegaal <development at robuustdesign.nl> wrote:
>> maybe I'm saying something stupid, but wouldn't it make more sense to
>> move the revision enable/disable option to the 'admin/content/types/
>> $type' in the first place?
>> if people disable it for a node type, it doesn't need to be displayed
>> any more on "node/add/$type".
>> When it is enabled for the node-type, perhaps a checkbox to "Do not
>> create a new revision" (with a access check for 'bypass revisions')
>> makes sense?
>> It are just some thoughts, and perhaps not the right. But to me it
>> makes more sense..
>> Stefan

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