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G'day All,

I was looking at a node which I thought may have been modified by the poster. I wondered if Janitation History would enlighten me. It didn't: "This node has not been edited yet.".

Just to confirm that, I checked "Re: how to write a vertical TK Entry?". I had fixed a minor typo in that: s/wigdet/widget/. Again, Janitation History reports: "This node has not been edited yet.".

I wasn't really expecting Janitation History to report on poster edits; however, I thought it was worth checking. It's often useful to know if a poster has made modifications, especially when subsequent posts by others don't seem to make sense.

I'll just throw this open for general discussion:

  • Would a new Poster History link be useful to others?
  • What about a combined Janitation History and Poster History (possibly renamed to something like Edit History)?
  • Are there any technical issues with doing this (e.g. increased database load)?
  • Is there another way to get this information of which I'm unaware?

— Ken


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