Then the user could choose, if they had unlimited hosting or 10000GB and using 1GB of diskspace it could be set higher than a person using 900MB with 1.2GB.imkingdavid wrote:Agreed. You could have a max limit of, say... 5 revisions per post. Or even just 2 or something.Rotsblok wrote:I would not limit the db space that it can use.. I would limit the number of revisions that are store. eg. 0 for unlimited 1 for 1 revision and so on.. Because I doubt that all post are the same amount of db spaceUnknown Bliss wrote:This would be a good feature but there should be an on/off switch, a field saying maximum disk space for old posts, leave blank for unlimited (so it limit how much db space it would use and prune old ones), a button to prune from before a selected date or prune all.
I think to add to this would be to give the moderator the ability to not only compare past revisions, but also to restore the post to an older revision (or a newer one, if it's already at an older revision). It could be helpful in some situations.
And also the ability to restore to previous post revisions or once someone had done that put it back to the latest post revision would be useful.
One important note would be for each revision say who made that revision as it could be the user, moderator or admin.