Thanks, I took you advice for my own article and just responded to the critique with a
more detailed explanation of what I was trying to say.
A similar situation has just arisen with another article -- Story Teller's article is
being criticized for suggesting that selinux be disabled and he has requested that the
document be revised (last comment on kanban's #101:
). Should I revise
the article or should Story Teller just reply to the comments? Also, I haven't been
approving the comments. Is that something that you want me to do?
On Fri, 2020-01-24 at 12:45 +0100, Paul Frields wrote:
The best way to deal with this comment IMHO is just to politely
In general, I don't think we should remove things once published (except in a case
like a bad/duplicate paste), and in those cases, provide an "EDIT:" note in the
article to show what's changed. Just my $0.02.