March 08, 2006

Pattern Language for Moderation Strategies: Cory Doctorow's notes on Clay Shirky's speech at eTech. Thought it might give some food for thought for the Pantheon and other moderation-inclined geeks. Non-geeks move along, nothing to see here.

posted by worldcup2002 to editorial policy at 03:55 PM - 6 comments

Interesting. Dave, is it okay if I say that?

posted by DrJohnEvans at 04:01 PM on March 08, 2006

More interesting, probably, is the discussion wiki/archive of patterns that is here.

posted by tieguy at 04:51 PM on March 08, 2006

It would be interesting to know what language Spofi 2.0 is in. I remember talk of PHP. Not sure about PHP 5, but a language like Ruby or Python would make it fairly simple to do some inexpensive but powerful processing on comments (e.g., the third instance of a unique user writing "banhammer", regardless of case, in a thread, might be cause to send an email to admins) to streamline the policework.

posted by yerfatma at 07:12 PM on March 08, 2006

Non-geeks move along, nothing to see here. I should have taken your advice. I had to see what the geeks were up to, and now I feel so intellectually inferior I'm gonna go beat up that guy in the IT department.

posted by The_Black_Hand at 07:57 AM on March 09, 2006

I know a lot of those words, but they don't make much sense to me in the order they were placed in there.

posted by WeedyMcSmokey at 01:09 PM on March 09, 2006

Meh. How does this wiki help me improve my fantasy league scores?

posted by billsaysthis at 03:51 PM on March 09, 2006

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