Poll: Should we be able to delete our own posts?
Yes! They are our posts, so our property!
Yes! Gaps are not that bad. We'll manage...
Yes! We users can handle it.
I don't really care...
No, gaps in topics are bad!
No, only admins and moderaters know what is best for us. Wink
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Why can't we delete our own posts?
05-12-2005, 07:00 AM
Post: #1
Why can't we delete our own posts?
Damn double post.

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05-12-2005, 10:57 AM
Post: #2
Why can't we delete our own posts?
Because otherwise people can delete their posts. Smile

To be more precise: You can get holes in topics and topics can get very confusing. Same goes for deleting users. Can't be done, otherwise posts will be placed as guest which is very confusing. Undecided

I'll try to find a anti-doublepost mod. Smile

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05-12-2005, 03:23 PM
Post: #3
Why can't we delete our own posts?
Well i still think that being able to delete your own posts should will work.
Don't you other guys think so?

If not.. Banpei, at least let me be able to delete my own posts, i can handle it! Wink

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05-12-2005, 04:04 PM
Post: #4
Why can't we delete our own posts?
Widar Wrote:Well i still think that being able to delete your own posts should will work.
Don't you other guys think so?

If not.. Banpei, at least let me be able to delete my own posts, i can handle it! Wink

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Hehe... I know you can handle it yourself. Problem is that it's either all users, or only moderators.

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05-12-2005, 04:32 PM
Post: #5
Why can't we delete our own posts?
2 banpei: in other words, Widar want's to be admin Cool

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05-12-2005, 04:54 PM
Post: #6
Why can't we delete our own posts?
Kas Wrote:2 banpei: in other words, Widar want's to be admin Cool
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Well, he's welcome to subject himself to the mod-ship. Wink

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05-12-2005, 05:04 PM
Post: #7
Why can't we delete our own posts?
Yeah sounds like he wants to be a moderator, butah, which forum needs his watchfull eye?

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05-12-2005, 05:07 PM
Post: #8
Why can't we delete our own posts?
mux213 Wrote:Yeah sounds like he wants to be a moderator, butah, which forum needs his watchfull eye?
All of them: he wants to be able to delete his own posts. Tongue

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05-12-2005, 05:09 PM
Post: #9
Why can't we delete our own posts?
banpei Wrote:All of them: he wants to be able to delete his own posts. Tongue
The horror!! Smile

I thought a moderator can always delete his own posts?

Btw, what is so bad about people being able to delete their own posts? They can modify them aswell? maybe it should work the same because I think you cant modify your post if it is more then a couple of hours old. Maybe we should make it so that aslong as you can modify your post, you can also remove it?

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05-12-2005, 05:32 PM
Post: #10
Why can't we delete our own posts?
mux213 Wrote:The horror!! Smile

I thought a moderator can always delete his own posts?
Yep, but then you can only delete your own posts inside the subforum of which you are moderating. Wink

Quote:Btw, what is so bad about people being able to delete their own posts? They can modify them aswell? maybe it should work the same because I think you cant modify your post if it is more then a couple of hours old. Maybe we should make it so that aslong as you can modify your post, you can also remove it?
I thought you can always edit your post. So I don't see a problem. Undecided

Edit: I've added a poll. See what it will bring us. Wink

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