As it is, moderators have no way to deal with a project which should not exist once it has been approved. Most such cases should be caught at the approval stage, but if it mistakenly slips by that stage, it can be difficult to reverse without tracking down a superuser, which may or may not be available depending on the time of day.
Since project deletion isn't permanent or irreversible, I see no reason why moderators shouldn't have the ability to soft-delete projects - if there are concerns about deleting valid and popular projects, perhaps limit it to projects with no active/published/approved files as a safeguard.
- Last updated
- Mar 30, 2012
- Sep 28, 2008
- Fixed - Developer made requested changes. QA should verify.
- Other - Some other kind of issue
- Medium - Normal priority.