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[REBOL] Re: Google Group (was: Why not forget about AltMe)

From: volker:nitsch:g:mail at: 6-Jan-2005 14:49

On Thu, 6 Jan 2005 07:49:05 EST, <> wrote:
> Volker, > > > Currently all shields down. We can switch on member-moderation and > > message-moderation. then they need approval. > > Thanks. > > I just joined the group, posted a couple of messages, and checked the > available security levels. > > They seem primitive and the third -- which is the one you refer to, means no > message will be indexed by goole for public consumption. That makes the > GoggleGroup almost as hidden as an Altme world. How would new people find it as ask > to join? > > From the GoogleGroups "Create a Group" page: > > Access Level > [ ] Public - Anyone can read the archives. Anyone can join, but only members > can post messages. > > [ ] Announcement-only - Anyone can read the archives. Anyone can join, but > only moderators can post messages. > > [ ] Restricted - People must be invited to join the group and post or read > messages. Your group and its archives do not appear in public Google search > results or the directory. >
The checkboxes as moderator look a bit different. This should be possible: Who can become a member of your group? -> "Membership is moderated" Who can read the group archive? -> "Anyone can read the archive" Who can post messages to your group? -> "Members only" Should messages be moderated? -> "Messages are moderated" From help: "How do I approve pending posts in my moderated group?"
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