[development] #drupal and #drupal-contribute split (Was: Re: Proposal: Move all dev support off this list to new StackExchange site)

Karen Stevenson karen at elderweb.com
Sat Mar 19 20:35:39 UTC 2011

If we had such an 'obsolete' tag, it would be nice to add color coding to
them (make the background pink or something) so you can tell when you're
looking at it that it is probably out of date.

On Sat, Mar 19, 2011 at 3:13 PM, Brian Vuyk <brian at brianvuyk.com> wrote:

> On 11-03-19 03:23 PM, Earnie Boyd wrote:
>> And to add to the problem of information is the old information
>> being found instead of the current release which changed something in
>> the old information so we have too much old and outdated information
>> being found when the some due diligence is attempted causing the end
>> user to give up and ask.
> I think the above is a huge problem encountered when using the Drupal.org
> search functionality. And this is a problem that will only get worse over
> time. There is a lot of 'cruft' on drupal.org that only relates to
> unsupported releases, and has no application to current releases.
> I wonder if it would be beneficial to make an 'archive' or 'obsolete' flag
> available to documentation team members, which can be applied to all content
> on Drupal.org, then have those nodes removed from search by default...
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