The Enemy of the Good (eideteker) wrote in suggestions,
The Enemy of the Good
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Maintaining Screened Communities

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Maintaining Screened Communities

Short, concise description of the idea
Maintainers of screened communities should not have their comments screened.

Full description of the idea
Right now, if you have a community where the setting is to screen all comments, it will screen even comments made by the maintainer. Can we safely assume that if the maintainer posts a comment, they want it unscreened? If not, there should be an option to screen "all but my comments". If so, it should be automatically unscreened.

An ordered list of benefits

  • One of my communities is an Ann Landers-style advice column where people ask me questions. I have it set to screen all comments so that only my replies to the person's question can be seen. Unfortunately, I have to manually unscreen each comment I make, and there is no link back to the comment page from the "Success" page (that's probably a topic for another suggestion).
  • An ordered list of problems/issues involved

  • I cannot think of any drawbacks. The only question I can think of is whether there is a need to retain the option for maintainer comments to be screened. If so, a seperate option needs to be created.
  • An organized list, or a few short paragraphs detailing suggestions for implementation

  • Condition A: The screen routine needs to be refined so that it can recognize community maintainers as the owner of the journal as per personal journals.
  • Condition B: As above, but a seperate option needs to be added to the drop-down menu for communities. I am not aware of any community-specific personal settings, so I do not know if it would be possible to add an option solely to a community's editinfo page.
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