Master_Cylinder wrote:Once again, you could simple allow always or deny always (per group) if you didn't want a # of posts but the choice to include it as an option means it helps more people that just you, it would help me too...
Once again, Auto Groups does that and more
by allowing specified criteria (including post count) to control when somebody is added to a group. That's a much more elegant and flexible solution than a post count for URLs.
If Auto Groups is too much to ask for, you can combine the Newly Registered Users group and the (yet to be implemented) Can post links
permission (which needs to be implemented regardless) to get a post count for URLs.
The only advantage that a post count for URLs has over Auto Groups is that it would probably be simpler for admins to find. However, without Auto Groups, it would be a one-size-fits-all approach, so even Admins and Moderators might get limited by it (unless extra code was added to ignore the limit for them).