Why on my own Comment: "Permission Problem - You don't have permission to do that."
Why am I getting "Permission Problem
You don't have permission to do that." on my own Comment from December 2020?
I searched on Arbitration and narrowed/ filtered to those authored by John Empoliti.
Is it because the comment was made in the Indexing Chat Group? If I can find it and the system can preview a few lines of it, then why can't I bring it up?
It seems that the Indexing Chat Group has been retired and the data is no longer available.
This chat discusses its demise:0
Just in passing ...
You may want to, take a look; and, possibly, 'Comment', in this recent post:
"Q and A" Section
'Category' = FamilySearch Community
Originally in the prior version of Community - there was an INDEXING CHAT GROUP (in the groups section)
with the new version of Community that was done away with and superseded by the INDEXING Q/A and IDEAS sections.
I wonder how those who were leaders of the prior INDEXING CHAT - feel now in retrospect about this change. What were the pros and cons? Were there any unexpected side-effects.
Just a thought.
John Empoliti ✭✭✭✭✭
Thanks, Bret and Norm.
Yes and No (but I answered NO). It answers part of my question but doesn't satisfy the intent of my question.
I understand that the Indexing Chat Group no longer exists (as you know - I knew that), but clearly, the data from that Group is still around because my search uncovered it. Why not allow a person to read the results of a valid search that happens to reference that data? There are many useful discussions that evidently could be referred to. All that information is not erased (and shouldn't be). I don't understand why it is not allowed to be read. It is legacy information and isn't Family Search in large part about uncovering, preserving, indexing that kind of data and making it available to the public? In this case, all that work is already done. I don't get it - I don't understand the current policy.0
My 'Comment', was not an 'Answer', in respond to your 'Question'.
My 'Comment', was directing you to that particular post, I just thought you might like to 'Comment' on that.
Why not allow a person to read the results of a valid search that happen to reference that data?
That is a very good 'Question', that we would ALL like to know the 'Answer'.
None of us, understand why it is not allowed.
None of us, get it.
None of us, understand the current policy.
[ Attention: @Mark McLemore ]0