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On save, create a versioned copy of an article #119

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csarven opened this issue Jan 24, 2016 · 1 comment
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On save, create a versioned copy of an article #119

csarven opened this issue Jan 24, 2016 · 1 comment
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resource-versioning status: Postponed Items that are generally intended to be worked on but not planned for active milestones

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csarven commented Jan 24, 2016

Where applicable, and if the UI permits, saving the article should create a versioned (timestamped) copy. The canonical URL of the article should point (like a symlink or redirect) to the latest version. Similar to how W3C does it with the recommendations.

This issue should coordinate with another issue on persistent copies and identifiers (add issue number here) that are not necessarily HTTP IRIs.

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csarven commented May 17, 2024

At this time, not with the "Save" button but the "Immutable" button creates a snapshot which treated as a Memento resource referring to the Original resource and Original to the created.

The UI may need to change so that "Save" automatically creates a versioned snapshot (perhaps alongside Immutable or remove it altogether?)

@csarven csarven added status: Postponed Items that are generally intended to be worked on but not planned for active milestones and removed feature architecture storage labels May 17, 2024
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