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From: "John Cardinal" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] NEW feature request -- TAG last edit date
Date: Sun, 16 Oct 2011 00:10:59 -0400
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Kathryn Bassett wrote:
> I can tell you why *I* would like a tag last edited date. I have
> some people that have more than two dozen tags. The *person's* last
> edited tag might tell me that I edited their record in Jan 2010, but
> not what *tag* I edited. I don't need to edit myself like Rae Jean
> would like, but I would like it to show up in the tag.
My suggestion was for something that provides that functionality and more.
So, for example, you'd see what was changed in the tag, and when, and you
could see the last change _and_ all previous changes.
What I keep pushing for, however, is the *genealogical* purpose of the
request. Why do you need to know the date of the last change? I am not
arguing that it isn't needed, I am trying to understand if it's part of a
routine task, what the larger process is, etc.
|Re: [TMG] NEW feature request -- TAG last edit date by "John Cardinal" <>|