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Edit my own post in the forum?

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  • #7246
    jomocu

    It would be nice to be able to edit our own posts in the forum, because for example, if I wanted to update some of my plugins, from what I see, I can’t update my own post….
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    #7255
    Bob

    The possibility of editing a topic may affect the replies and make them pointless, which is not entirely desirable. Let’s imagine a situation where the user asks for something, gest answers, and then completely changes the initial topic (question) content…

    Another reason, the lack of editing options blocks the possibility of spamming e.g. by adding spam content in the future.

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    #7256
    jomocu

    The possibility of editing a topic may affect the replies and make them pointless, which is not entirely desirable. Let’s imagine a situation where the user asks for something, gest answers, and then completely changes the initial topic (question) content…

    Another reason, the lack of editing options blocks the possibility of spamming e.g. by adding spam content in the future.

    So how do you suggest plugin updates be done?
    Using comments?

    #7259
    Bob

    Yeap, I think so.

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    #7291
    candidexmedia

    The possibility of editing a topic may affect the replies and make them pointless, which is not entirely desirable. Let’s imagine a situation where the user asks for something, gest answers, and then completely changes the initial topic (question) content…

    Another reason, the lack of editing options blocks the possibility of spamming e.g. by adding spam content in the future.

    So how do you suggest plugin updates be done?

    Using comments?

    I would recommend creating a GitHub or Gitlab for your plugin, putting your code there, and encouraging people to star and follow the development that way. I think those platforms would be better suited for plugin updates and collabiration.

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