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

Earnie Boyd earnie at users.sourceforge.net
Mon Mar 21 17:05:51 UTC 2011

Brian Vuyk wrote:
> 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...

My reference covered the entire net worth of information, not just
drupal.org.  It would be impossible to flag the whole net of information
and daunting for drupal.org but at least most of drupal.org already
flags the release for the information.

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