2011/6/5 André Schnabel <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Am 03.06.2011 20:04, schrieb Christian Lohmaier:
Maybe I missed some step in the process, but I wonder why the request for
publication gets sent to ~7 admins, but nothing happens. :(
Sorry - but as it is mostly admins, and not publishers, the admins
don't consider themselves responsible for everything.
So the right thing to do is either be a publisher yourself - or
nagging people when a page is not published in a timely fashion.
Hmm .. that's strange. Shouldn't the automatic workflow make sure that the
next in the row gets informed?
Sure - but think of it as mailing-list moderators - its more or less
the same workflow.
Now when all moderators think "Ah, I'm too busy right know, I'm sure
one of the other moderators will deal with it" and thus just ignores
the notification, nothing will happen.
There is no (at lest not yet) a reminder functionality "page xy is
waiting for confirmation since y days" or something like that (there
is reports in the CMS to "list publish requests I have to confirm" -
but of course that is only shown when the user opens that report...
But if we need to ping the publishers, I'd like to see at least two MC
members with publisher rights (don't know, if there is already someone).
Sure - that would of course be the best. And as written above there is
no rule that would prevent you from being a publisher yourself. And
there is no enforcement that a publisher cannot publish a page right
away, i.e. skipping the confirmation step
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