--- Comment #8 from MZMcBride <b...@mzmcbride.com> ---
(In reply to comment #7)
> The first example was
>> * Posting to discussion pages of articles under a common category.
> What Tilman is asking is whether MassMessage would always post to discussion
> pages of articles within a category, never to the article itself.
Oh, sorry about that.
Posting to article talk pages was never considered as part of the design or
architecture of MassMessage. You'd have to play around with it or read the code
to be sure, but I imagine it won't work well without a bit of additional
coding. As I recall, if you try to post to the article namespace, it'll just
get logged as a skip currently. On the other hand, I think talk pages are often
categorized. You could simply use those categories instead.
> For most cases MM always wants to past in the Talk pages, isn't it. The only
> exceptions I can think of are village pumps and the like, where the page
> itself is dedicated to discuss.
There are other quirks. For example, Meta-Wiki actually has a few discussion
boards in the main (article) namespace. But generally speaking talk pages are
for talk, yes. :-)
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