Register Login
Mr FIAT - Your #1 source for vintage car parts
Closed Thread
 
Thread Tools
Old 12-02-2012   #1
Moderator
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Eckington, Sheffield
Posts: 6,033
Thanks: 135
Trader Rating: 0
dombooth is part of the official FF Events Team :)
dombooth has donated!
dombooth is an honorary friend of the forum :)
DiffSpotter 3 - Rooms Champion
United Kingdom 
Some sort of notification system for when posts are edited/deleted

As above from my other thread just without the other stuff that thread has.

Basically I put a link to my website once, then a mod deleted/edited it, then I made the same mistake again and got told off for it.

I think a system whereby when a post is deleted/edited the user is PM'd to be told why etc.

Dom
__________________
Current Car: FIAT Bravo 150T Sport
And the mighty Fiat 126!
dombooth is offline
Old 12-02-2012   #2
Super LOL!
 
Stu DemonD's Avatar
Join Date: Sep 2003
Posts: 23,471
Thanks: 426
Trader Rating: 1
Stu DemonD will never be forgotten
Stu DemonD has donated!
Jigsaw: Chess Pieces Champion
United Kingdom 
Re: Some sort of notification system for when posts are edited/deleted

I edit a lot of threads daily - prefixes, small edits, etc - any edit made generally has a reason at the bottom of the post.

Wouldn't this put extra strain on the FF resources?

Personally, I check a lot of the threads and posts I, er, post on...

PS or you could have read the forum rules first
__________________
See you next Tuesday

Last edited by Stu DemonD; 12-02-2012 at 02:52.
Stu DemonD is offline
Old 12-02-2012   #3
Moderator
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Eckington, Sheffield
Posts: 6,033
Thanks: 135
Trader Rating: 0
dombooth is part of the official FF Events Team :)
dombooth has donated!
dombooth is an honorary friend of the forum :)
DiffSpotter 3 - Rooms Champion
United Kingdom 
Re: Some sort of notification system for when posts are edited/deleted

Quote Originally Posted by Stu DemonD View Post
I edit a lot of threads daily - prefixes, small edits, etc - any edit made generally has a reason at the bottom of the post.

Wouldn't this put extra strain on the FF resources?

Personally, I check a lot of the threads and posts I, er, post on...

PS or you could have read the forum rules first
But do you really re-read your previous posts..?

If the user knew that you'd changed their prefix or moved their thread to another section they might learn from it and not do it again?

The post that was edited didn't say.. And neither does yours ^^.

Should I read the rules before I do each post?

Dom
__________________
Current Car: FIAT Bravo 150T Sport
And the mighty Fiat 126!
dombooth is offline
Old 12-02-2012   #4
Super LOL!
 
Stu DemonD's Avatar
Join Date: Sep 2003
Posts: 23,471
Thanks: 426
Trader Rating: 1
Stu DemonD will never be forgotten
Stu DemonD has donated!
Jigsaw: Chess Pieces Champion
United Kingdom 
Re: Some sort of notification system for when posts are edited/deleted

Quote Originally Posted by dombooth View Post
Should I read the rules before I do each post?
No, that would be pretty silly really

As for editing my own post, I decided I didn't need to tell the staff why it was edited! Nothing unusual about that
__________________
See you next Tuesday
Stu DemonD is offline
Old 12-02-2012   #5
Moderator
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Eckington, Sheffield
Posts: 6,033
Thanks: 135
Trader Rating: 0
dombooth is part of the official FF Events Team :)
dombooth has donated!
dombooth is an honorary friend of the forum :)
DiffSpotter 3 - Rooms Champion
United Kingdom 
Re: Some sort of notification system for when posts are edited/deleted

Quote Originally Posted by Stu DemonD View Post
No, that would be pretty silly really

As for editing my own post, I decided I didn't need to tell the staff why it was edited! Nothing unusual about that
Thanks for agreeing.

So when my post was editing I didn't need to know why.

Dom
__________________
Current Car: FIAT Bravo 150T Sport
And the mighty Fiat 126!
dombooth is offline
Old 12-02-2012   #6
Status: DEFCON Grumpy
 
custard's Avatar
Join Date: Nov 2003
Location: Edinburgh
Posts: 30,129
Thanks: 495
Trader Rating: 1
custard has donated!
United Kingdom 
Re: Some sort of notification system for when posts are edited/deleted

still crying i see
custard is offline
Old 12-02-2012   #7
Moderator
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Eckington, Sheffield
Posts: 6,033
Thanks: 135
Trader Rating: 0
dombooth is part of the official FF Events Team :)
dombooth has donated!
dombooth is an honorary friend of the forum :)
DiffSpotter 3 - Rooms Champion
United Kingdom 
Re: Some sort of notification system for when posts are edited/deleted

Quote Originally Posted by custard View Post
still crying i see
What a wonderful attitude to members.
__________________
Current Car: FIAT Bravo 150T Sport
And the mighty Fiat 126!
dombooth is offline
Old 12-02-2012   #8
Super LOL!
 
Stu DemonD's Avatar
Join Date: Sep 2003
Posts: 23,471
Thanks: 426
Trader Rating: 1
Stu DemonD will never be forgotten
Stu DemonD has donated!
Jigsaw: Chess Pieces Champion
United Kingdom 
Re: Some sort of notification system for when posts are edited/deleted

Quote Originally Posted by dombooth View Post
So when my post was editing I didn't need to know why.
Personally, I thought it would have been obvious. You have been around this site for long enough, ignorance of the rules isn't really a good excuse imho.

I also see one of your posts being edited, with 'ad' as the reason...

Didn't you also get a PM from a moderator explaining? Oh yes, that's right - a PM that you then decided to post on the forum what part of Private was lost there?

However, it seems you have a comeback for everything - as they say, I am out of here! Got better things to be doing than going round in circles
__________________
See you next Tuesday

Last edited by Stu DemonD; 12-02-2012 at 18:46. Reason: No reason at all, because I wanted to!!! :D
Stu DemonD is offline
Old 12-02-2012   #9
Moderator
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Eckington, Sheffield
Posts: 6,033
Thanks: 135
Trader Rating: 0
dombooth is part of the official FF Events Team :)
dombooth has donated!
dombooth is an honorary friend of the forum :)
DiffSpotter 3 - Rooms Champion
United Kingdom 
Re: Some sort of notification system for when posts are edited/deleted

Quote Originally Posted by Stu DemonD View Post
Personally, I thought it would have been obvious. You have been around this site for long enough, ignorance of the rules isn't really a good excuse imho.

I also see one of your posts being edited, with 'ad' as the reason...

Didn't you also get a PM from a moderator explaining? Oh yes, that's right - a PM that you then decided to post on the forum what part of Private was lost there?

However, it seems you have a comeback for everything - as they say, I am out of here! Got better things to be doing than going round in circles
Maybe if I'd read it...

Can you link to the post please? The only one I can find doesn't have a reason..

After the second edit/delete yes but with some added attitude that I didn't think was suitable seing as I hadn't been told of the first one.
__________________
Current Car: FIAT Bravo 150T Sport
And the mighty Fiat 126!
dombooth is offline
Old 12-02-2012   #10
Status: DEFCON Grumpy
 
custard's Avatar
Join Date: Nov 2003
Location: Edinburgh
Posts: 30,129
Thanks: 495
Trader Rating: 1
custard has donated!
United Kingdom 
Re: Some sort of notification system for when posts are edited/deleted

Quote Originally Posted by dombooth View Post
What a wonderful attitude to members.



well Im seeing you whining over the same stuff
again and for a final time
you got a PM,no warnings,no points

you then decided to follow this PM with a thread posting up details of the PM,discussing moderation
all in disregard of the rules and common sense
now again you are going over the same ground
now you are whining you want an auto PM
to what end? so you can post that up in a thread?
you have been advised on the rules regarding discussing moderation
you have decided to ignore that one again
I can see you want to step beyond PMs and I have no problem with that
learn or be taught
choice is yours
custard is offline
Old 12-02-2012   #11
Status: DEFCON Grumpy
 
custard's Avatar
Join Date: Nov 2003
Location: Edinburgh
Posts: 30,129
Thanks: 495
Trader Rating: 1
custard has donated!
United Kingdom 
Re: Some sort of notification system for when posts are edited/deleted

closed and discussion over
custard is offline
Closed Thread
Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests)
 
Thread Tools

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump
Similar Threads
Thread Thread Starter Forum Replies Last Post
Deleted posts steve1219 Leisure Lounge 12 14-09-2006 19:09
Punto (Mk2/2b) My Punto Photoshop Edited stoney_fiat_2006 Members Motors 14 12-09-2006 20:07
what sort of system? uno70 I.C.E 6 28-05-2005 15:01