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yeti_c wrote:I was talking to Andy about this the other day on Skype...
AndyDufresne wrote:The main point is sensitive info about a large number of users being available to a greater number of people. Some of it is moderator related, some of it more specifically user related (like IP Addresses, etc).
Wayne wrote:Wow, with a voice like that Dancing Mustard must get all the babes!
Garth wrote:Yeah, I bet he's totally studly and buff.
Dancing Mustard wrote:and I am still not eating the sweet tasting nectar of Nazi control over my sub-forum.
When will that happen?
Dancing Mustard wrote:Thank you for clarifying what the problem was, I know see why handing out sub-forum mod powers is a no-no at this time. Have the boys over at Phpbb-City got back to you or acknowledged your question to them yet?
So that mean it won't be happening?Optimus Prime wrote:This has been a request for a long time, I know that, but from what I've heard the php workarounds required to make it work nicely are rather ugly and clunky.
Andy, maybe put a link to it here so we can go there and show our support. I think it is really needed.gloryordeath wrote:This a great idea andy what kind of support would you/this need to happen?
Bumped it.AndyDufresne wrote:http://www.phpbb.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=72&t=969995
blakebowling wrote:The only reason this hasn't been implemented yet is a MOD is required to add a permission for the viewing of logs, the request for the MOD can be found here
cpurcell wrote:blakebowling wrote:The only reason this hasn't been implemented yet is a MOD is required to add a permission for the viewing of logs, the request for the MOD can be found here
I don't really understand that, but what if we don't have a phpBB account?
Optimus Prime wrote:I am nearly 100% certain the ability already exists, just not in the exact fashion that Lack or Twill wants it to, and that is why we don't have powers in our usergroups. It isn't necessarily that a MOD needs to be written.
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