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04/25/2016 04:06:54 PM (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #12706, comment 217

    initial v1  
    33I'd be very excited to contribute and collaborate on this.
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    5 The before-publish state is necessary for the "try-before-you-buy" direction that the Customizer and other initiatives within core have been aiming for. Providing a mechanism in which other objects can transition from before-publish to publish would allow virtually ''anything'' to be staged and previewed before going live.
     5The before-publish state is aligned with the "try-before-you-buy" direction that the Customizer and other initiatives within core have been aiming for. Providing a mechanism in which other objects can transition from before-publish to publish would allow virtually ''anything'' to be staged and previewed before going live.
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    7 Imagine being able to create draft placeholder Users or Terms that are inactive/unpublished until a certain date?
     7Imagine being able to create draft placeholder Users or Terms that are inactive/unpublished until a certain date.
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    99The "after-publish" state has been an itch needing to be scratched for a while, which is why I released a feature plugin for it last year. Lots of hacky nonsense was needed to pull it off in a way that maintained a consistent UX with existing post transitioning flows.