@hugo Yes, there's "delete & redraft". You cannot "edit" something that is sent around a p2p network just like that. But you can indicate that you want it deleted.
@raucao let's disagree on the meaning of "cannot" ;-)
(more complex than with a centralized network-sure)
seems to confirm, to me, this is not impossible on a fundamental level - just, there are no plans to implement this (which is ok, I was just asking)
@hugo I never said it's impossible. You asked how to do it, and I told you. I also added a comment about why it's not "edit", but "delete & redraft". I'm sorry you thought I wanted to discuss this in any way.
@raucao no, sorry - my intention was not to imply you said it was impossible.
But I don't see the fundamental difference between delete and edit in the decentralized context. And the issue referenced seems to point in that direction.
(Now, of course, implementation is probably a bit more work for edit than delete)
@raucao I don't particularly want to discuss this - just wanted to know if there were any plans for it 🙂
and apparently, there aren't any. But really it doesn't seem to be "because p2p" (to say it shortly)
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