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|How to debug extension||0||13:52, 26 November 2012|
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MoodBar is a very useful feature, but if someone abuses the system, the only way we can stop them is by blocking them, which can be a bit harsh. Is it possible to create a feature that lets admins block users from the moodbar only?
This would request to:
- create a permission moodbar-feedback allowing to let feedback
- create a user group with this permission
- put any registered user in this group by default
- allow sysop to remove people from moodbar-feedback group
So your administrator could uncheck the member inclusion in the feedback group in Special:UserRights.
Now, you have been 9 months to think to this issue, do you think it's valuable? Have you seen such abuse problems to address with a moodbar block instead a more global one?
My concern is this new permission will complicate people to understand the extension natural workflow and has a very limited scope.