[OSM-talk] Contacting OSM editors

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Thu Aug 9 15:36:14 BST 2007


On 8/9/07, Nick Black <nickblack1 at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> The functionality to send a message is 90% there (it works on my
> laptop but not on the live site).  There's probably a migration
> missing - and the messages need paginating - apart from that you
> should be able to add a user as your friend and then send them
> messages through www.


If a user is anonymous how will you know who they are?  Am I missing
something?



On 8/9/07, Simon Huggins <huggie at earth.li> wrote:
> > On Thu, Aug 09, 2007 at 03:45:16PM +0200, Frederik Ramm wrote:
> > > I was asking because I didn't understand whether you were (a)
> > > proposing to release the numerical user ids where people haven't
> > > agreed to give out their username, or whehter you wanted to (b)
> > > create an interface where you could somehow say "please send this to
> > > the dude who changed way #1234 yesterday around 16:50", or whether
> > > you had a third thing in mind.
> >
> > My original suggestion was essentially your (b).
> > Limiting it by time/date is an interesting idea too actually so as to
> > get the right person.
> >
> > I don't know what data is stored or how possible this is but it sounds
> > like a useful addition.
> >
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