Some WriteFreely instances are completely private, and thus have no need for public-
oriented features like Web Monetization. Like federation, this gives admins control
over whether or not the feature is enabled for users.
- update error messages to be correct
- move suspended message into template and include for other pages
- check suspended status on all relevant pages and show message if
logged in user is suspended.
- fix possible nil pointer error
- remove changes to db schema files
- add version comment to migration
- add UserStatus type with UserActive and UserSuspended
- change database table to use status column instead of suspended
- update toggle suspended handler to be toggle status in prep for
possible future inclusion of further user statuses
includes cache of latest version and page to view if updates are
available with a link to the latest update's release notes and a link to
check for the latest update now, refreshing the cache manually.
This renders all requests for that user's posts, collections and related
ActivityPub endpoints with 404 responses.
While suspended, users may not create or edit posts or collections.
User status is listed in the admin user page
Admin view of user details shows status and now has a button to activate
or suspend a user.
This enables admins to customize their landing / home page via the Admin
dashboard -- including the text at the top of the page and the section
below it. It keeps the current default text, falling back to it if the
user hasn't overwritten it.