This is overkill. Some moderator edits are are simply correction of spelling errors, and giving a notification for something like that which should pass unseen is a waste of resources, possibly leading to further reactions and more wasting of resources.tojag wrote: ↑Fri Dec 01, 2017 6:00 pmThe edit reason is not enought. User should get notification. It is very necessary. Most of my questions in this forum concern the issue of phpbb compliance with the law in particular security issues. Hence, I asked about forcing password changes for admins, 2FAs, etc. as well as for the protection of personal data. People should have an overview of all moderation activities on their posts and accounts. Same warnings or banning info is not enough.
AmigoJack you are right, too few people are interested or do not understand these problems.
Again, if the admin (or moderator) wants to do this, fine by me but if a reason and/or a notification is a requirement and notifications are forced, then I will be the first the edit the core files (or attempt to make an extension) to block this.tojag wrote: ↑Wed Dec 13, 2017 9:39 amI always give the reason for editing, even if it's just a fix of letters. In my opinion, a clear description of the moderator's actions is always needed.
Of course it can be a notification included in the UCP, but it must be included in phpbb.
A good idea will be a special post displayed for everyone when the original post has been removed by the moderator. This post may contain the reason for deletion and may only be displayed if the original post has not been removed permanently.
I am sorry, my English, this may be the reason for misunderstanding my statements
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