I understand that the reason for not allowing "approved"
posts to change is sound, as it keeps people from
getting something to the frontpage then changing it to a
giant flame, however I want to change my post, and it's
already approved, so I cannot do so. I thought I would
ask the opinion of the other monks, and of our
, vroom, can you put in some logic that checks
the level of the monk in question, and if said monk is level
X or above, allows him or her to alter their frontpage
Do the other monks think of this as something that is a worthy
addition to the monestary?
I posed this question in the perlmonks channel, and, there was some very interesting discussion - I hope that this post spawns some discussion as well.
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