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Blacklisted url #6

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josve05a opened this Issue Mar 31, 2014 · 5 comments

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josve05a commented Mar 31, 2014

What to do if the url for a cv is blacklisted, then the script will not decline or CSD the article.

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Technical-13 Mar 31, 2014

This will probably need to be fixed... The only thing I can think of that we can do is have the actual URL in a hidden comment with a note like: url=Blacklisted URL, see hidden comment<!--http://this.is.blacklisted.com/so-sorry-->

Technical-13 commented Mar 31, 2014

This will probably need to be fixed... The only thing I can think of that we can do is have the actual URL in a hidden comment with a note like: url=Blacklisted URL, see hidden comment<!--http://this.is.blacklisted.com/so-sorry-->

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@Technical-13, is the blacklist too sophisticated for something simple like http://url<!-- blacklisted -->continues.com? I'm not sure, it will probably required experimentation.

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theopolisme commented Apr 1, 2014

@Technical-13, is the blacklist too sophisticated for something simple like http://url<!-- blacklisted -->continues.com? I'm not sure, it will probably required experimentation.

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Comments are stripped out before it's tested against by the parser, so yes. The only way I know of isn't worth it and it's easier to hide the url in a comment.

Technical-13 commented Apr 1, 2014

Comments are stripped out before it's tested against by the parser, so yes. The only way I know of isn't worth it and it's easier to hide the url in a comment.

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The afch-rewrite (can I call it the script/gadget/tool?) should not send a message to the user saying that an article has been declined, if the article could not actually 'be declined'. it should wait until the declining of the submission been done first, otherwise a user might get a message saying that the article has been declined, when in reallity, it has not.

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josve05a commented May 9, 2014

The afch-rewrite (can I call it the script/gadget/tool?) should not send a message to the user saying that an article has been declined, if the article could not actually 'be declined'. it should wait until the declining of the submission been done first, otherwise a user might get a message saying that the article has been declined, when in reallity, it has not.

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----Moving this thread to te Wikipedia talk-page.---

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josve05a commented May 9, 2014

----Moving this thread to te Wikipedia talk-page.---

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