[mb-users] More Quality AND More Quantity
joe at emenaker.com
Thu Aug 26 03:23:54 UTC 2004
Daniel Bumke wrote:
>Locking/opening on an album basis makes most sense. The idea is that if
>someone sees an album that look pretty much right as far as they can
>tell, than they can lock it. This should be the most common case. (Of
>course, if they see a locked one that is complete junk, they could
And wait a week and hope the unlock request passes the vote and then go
fix the data. And then, now that the album is unlocked, they can hope
that no bozo comes along and messes their fixes up... or they can
propose locking the album back up and hope that it passes the vote again.
OR.... they could just enter the mods to fix the data in the first place.
The only type of person that I can imagine would choose the first way is
the type who likes to go through more hassle to decrease the hassle for
>It is also important to realise that *unlocking* something will be very
So, things will tend to drift toward the "locked" state... which,
functionally, is what we have now.
I think we need to get some data regarding the distribution of mods
across artists/albums before we can forsee if something like this would
When freedom gives way to tyranny, it is not because tyranny comes
dressed as a wolf. Rather, it comes dressed as a shepherd,
pointing out other wolves. Go *read* the Patriot Act.
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