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Moderation plugin for django-fluent-comments

Project Description

django-comments-moderation

This is addition to django-fluent-comments.

This module registers all emails from comments and allows to set moderation rules for them (blacklist/whitelist).

installation

pip install django-comments-moderation

OR

pip install -e git+https://github.com/PetrDlouhy/django-comments-moderation.git#egg=django-comments-moderation

Add comments_moderation to your INSTALLED_APPS:

INSTALLED_APPS = (
    ...
    'comments_moderation',
    ...
)

Register comments moderator - add following lines to admin.py:

from comments_moderation import filtered_moderator
filtered_moderator.register(CommentedObject)

You can select moderation mode for new users from two modes - 'approve' and 'moderate'. If you want to moderate all comments from new users, set:

COMMENTS_MODERATION_MODE = 'moderate'

Migrate your models:

./manage.py migrate comments_moderation

Now you should see new application comments_moderation with model Email filters in your admin interface.

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