Drupal’s content moderation sucks because…<br />A Drupalcon 2010 lightning talk by:<br />Jeremy Stoller(jstoller)Senior Gr...
The Situation<br />Large institutions require all content to go through an approval process—including edits to already pub...
The Problem<br />Drupal only allows for a binary publication state and associates this state with the entire node, making ...
The Solution<br /><ul><li>Replace the binary “Published” state with a multi-state selector.
Associate this state with revisions, rather than nodes.</li></li></ul><li>State Groups<br />
State Groups (associated with content types)<br />
State Group<br />
States and State Transitions<br />
On Drupal.org<br />Issue #218755: support revisions in different states<br />
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DrupalCon 2010 Developer Summit Lightning Talk: Content Moderation

  1. 1. Drupal’s content moderation sucks because…<br />A Drupalcon 2010 lightning talk by:<br />Jeremy Stoller(jstoller)Senior Graphic ArtistExhibit Development DepartmentCalifornia Science Center<br />Fighting for a better user experience in the Drupal issue queue.<br />Christopher Nwani(cnwani)Print & Design ManagerMarketing DepartmentCalifornia Science Center<br />
  2. 2. The Situation<br />Large institutions require all content to go through an approval process—including edits to already published content.<br />Even small sites benefit from the ability to edit published content in a draft state, without un-publishing it first.<br />Many websites (or content types) require more than a two-state publication workflow. <br />
  3. 3. The Problem<br />Drupal only allows for a binary publication state and associates this state with the entire node, making even simple content moderation workflows difficult to implement.<br />
  4. 4. The Solution<br /><ul><li>Replace the binary “Published” state with a multi-state selector.
  5. 5. Associate this state with revisions, rather than nodes.</li></li></ul><li>State Groups<br />
  6. 6. State Groups (associated with content types)<br />
  7. 7. State Group<br />
  8. 8. States and State Transitions<br />
  9. 9. On Drupal.org<br />Issue #218755: support revisions in different states<br />
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