Author Topic: Blacklisting requires LTM (lifetime membership), should this be necessary?  (Read 964 times)

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Offline iamredbar

I just realized that an account needs to be a LTM to use the blacklisting function.

Is there a reason for this? Should this be necessary? I am only asking because I do not know. If there is a solid reason, I am cool with that. But if there is not, maybe we should reconsider this choice.
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Offline iamredbar

Bump. Anyone have any input? Or am I talking to a wall?
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No idea what made the original devs require ltm for this. But it makes sense if you consider whitelisting a 'premium' service
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Offline iamredbar

No idea what made the original devs require ltm for this. But it makes sense if you consider whitelisting a 'premium' service

If that’s the case, then it does make sense.
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