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Even more brainless moderation: features and reviews
Squishdot Posted by Greg Dudek on Saturday May 05, 07:14AM, 2001
from the just when you though we were satisfied dept.
I would like an easier way to add articles to the special fetures, reviews, etc. boxes on the right hand column. As far as I understand, it currently involves real dtml editing which could be simplified.

It seem slike it would be feasible to provide a mechanism similar to that used for approving articles that would allow them to be auto-inserted in the right hand special indices. One still might want to edit the dtml, but in a lot of cases nothing fancy is really needed and just a title would suffice.

For that matter, it would be nice to have a more flexible interface to editing the subject titles and the associated pictures, but that;s getting really fussy.

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    Re: Even more brainless moderation: features and reviews
    by Chris Withers on Sunday May 06, 05:04PM, 2001
    Good patches with tests are always accepted ;-)

    cheers,

    Chris
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    • Re: Even more brainless moderation: features and r
      by Greg Dudek on Sunday May 06, 08:33PM, 2001
      Well, maybe... we'll see. I just started with Zope last week, so I still gotta figure out the python side.
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