|To Mod or Not to Mod?
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|Author:||Jaibyrd [ April 14th, 2005, 11:22 pm ]|
|Post subject:||To Mod or Not to Mod?|
So okay, here's the deal as to why I haven't put the Birthday, Zodiac, and Flag Modifications back yet as I need to make a decision about this and you'd better help me out with it...
Thanks to the latest hack love on WZF I had to basically delete the old board with the mods, upload a new board and slap the database backup on it so we could get rid of the errors that were popping up even after I fixed the original board. Fun, huh?
To make a long story short, Xepher told me that the Mods actually screw with one's ability to keep the board updated to the latest version. Thus here's the decision:
Forsake the Mods to keep the board safe (which is questionable reguardless), or...
Put the Mods back in and hope that my re-naming of the folder the board is in (as that's how the hacking bot found us) will protect us from further bot attacks as the Nightblood forum was left alone when WZF was not (They're right next to each other in my account - so I found it interesting that only one got hit...).
So what say you, Mods or no Mods?
|Author:||Aivar [ April 15th, 2005, 8:55 am ]|
Well, the way you put it, it would be treacherous to let the mods down, as soon as things get bad. But that impact from you aside, I don't really care about moderatingness... I mean, as long as this place stays as it was, people don't need moderating anyway. Not only due to the slowness, but also due to the fact there're no trollers here.
|Author:||Jaibyrd [ April 15th, 2005, 11:14 am ]|
|Post subject:||Modifications, not Moderators Aivar!|
|Author:||Angel [ April 15th, 2005, 1:39 pm ]|
|Author:||Jaibyrd [ April 17th, 2005, 2:03 pm ]|
I still don't see how you could have gotten confused if you just read the first line of my post... but whatever...
But no! I want you to answer, or else I wouldn't be asking your guys in the first place, ya know?
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