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Ticket Information - ID: #349
|ID:||Category:||Severity||Reproducibility||Date Submitted||Updated By:|
|0000349||Feature Request||Low||N/A||02/20/10 11:13AM||Thref|
|Summary:||Block/Hide Anon Users by IP from Registered Users View.|
|Description:||Since some Anon's annoy and no enforcement is dealt(at least not in a timely matter), I propose that we the registered, have the option to Block/Hide their comments from our immediate view(Since Banning them may be too harsh or problematic for the Admin to carry out timely).|
|Additional Info:||This is also mentioned because a previous measure Involving the Implementation for a Spoiler Box Feature, that would have rendered this ticket unnecessary, for whatever reason was rejected/filibustered previously.|
lozertuser replied at 2010-02-21 01:27:23
|You can block anonymous by adding user:anonymous to your blacklist. There are issues with allowing users to see anonymous commenters IP addresses.|
Thref replied at 2010-02-21 20:52:27
|1. Does that apply to ALL Anons or just specific ones?|
2. I'm not saying to broadcast/display their IP's to everyone Or even to registered/regular users, Something like a 'Report as Spam' function only right next to it and it reads: Block/hide this Anon.
3. Only the system will know their IP; no one else except mods and Admins.
You said be generic, I could have explained this detail initially.
Continued Via PM as previous Mod PM has mentioned.
lozertuser replied at 2010-02-21 21:22:35
|Is this for 0.1.11 or 0.2.0?|
Thref replied at 2010-02-23 21:46:54
|It says 0.1.11, Why?|
That gonna be a problem?
Didn't seem like it was one when you added the Anon comment post # display, thanks for that BTW.
lozertuser replied at 2010-03-07 10:53:13
|As said, block anonymous by adding user:anonymous to your tag blacklist. If you are able to single out an anonymous, they are no longer technically anonymous.|