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  • Masood Afzal 176 posts 520 karma points
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 23:31
    Masood Afzal

    Approving/Publishing a project

    It would be nice if we had 'Active/InActive' or 'Published/Unpublished'option for a project (package).

    Admin or project owner may approve/publish a project to the projects section.

    This way incomplete projects are not published on our site.


  • skiltz666 karma points
    Nov 05, 2009 @ 23:42

    I personally like incomplete packages.  Sometimes you need to develop something that has already been 60% completed by someone else.  Thats 60% less work for me.  You should be able to tell in the project page what the status of project is and if its safe to to use in a production environment.

  • Richard Soeteman7217 karma points
    Nov 06, 2009 @ 08:32
    Richard Soeteman

    I think you should publish your project when it's usable and use a version number + project status like beta or preview to indicate that the project is not finished yet. But once released on it should be possible for people to download and install the package. The project owner is responsible for this, not an Admin.

    Just my 2cts,


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