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Timestamp:
03/20/2017 10:44:00 AM (4 years ago)
Author:
johnjamesjacoby
Message:

Moderation: Allow per-forum moderators to edit topics & replies inside of forums they have moderation control over.

This feature require the following changes:

  • Prefer read_forum capability check over read_private_forums or read_hidden_forums, and include a $forum_id parameter to assist map_meta_cap filters
  • Prefer edit_others_topics|replies over moderate where appropriate, to ensure capability mappings work as intended
  • Introduce bbp_get_public_topic_statuses() to replace several duplicate occurrences of the same array usage (also allow these to be filtered)
  • Introduce bbp_is_topic_public() (not to be confused with bbp_is_topic_published()) to provide parity with bbp_is_forum_public() and also utilize bbp_get_public_topic_statuses() from above
  • Add local caching to bbp_exclude_forum_ids() as a performance optimization to reduce the depth of current_user_can() calls when private & hidden forums are in use
  • Add user_can( 'moderate' ) capability checks to various mappings, to ensure forum moderators can read/edit/delete content inside of the individual forums they are moderators of
  • Use bbp_get_user_id() where appropriate, rather than casting as int
  • Various surrounding code clean-ups

See #2593.

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  • trunk/src/templates/default/bbpress/form-topic-merge.php

    r6258 r6384  
    5353                                            'post_type'   => bbp_get_topic_post_type(),
    5454                                            'post_parent' => bbp_get_topic_forum_id( bbp_get_topic_id() ),
    55                                             'post_status' => array( bbp_get_public_status_id(), bbp_get_closed_status_id() ),
     55                                            'post_status' => bbp_get_public_topic_statuses(),
    5656                                            'selected'    => -1,
    5757                                            'exclude'     => bbp_get_topic_id(),
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