When ggh found a spoiler in bsta, our posts, balthasar's reply, and the subsequent flurry of editing would have been quite entertaining to have recorded, but would also spoil a future bsta event for whoever went over the logs.
I once posted a rather poorly done remake of a song. If I knew logs were being kept, I would have deleted it later, once I started reading in the present and realised how much classier the culture here had grown from the early past where I was when I made it; but as it is I simply
Also, in retrospect, I should not have linked to the version of the Christmas video that was on a family member's channel.
The point is moot now that the link was quoted, but had the original post been recorded in an edit log, even changing the link now would not erase it from collective memory.
However, redundancy is almost never a bad thing, and in case of accidental deletion or hints for a puzzle that were only shown for a short time, records would be nice to have. And I personally would enjoy an history of avatars.
I don't think recording edits is necessarily a bad thing so long as they are private logs and, in the case of redacted statements or personal information, the content is not reposted publicly without the original poster's seal of approval.
The clock doesn't work.
This is why the ONG is slightly off, the clock is broken.
I made a quick mock up of the greenhouse in sketchup with the diagonal bracing taixzo recommended and 2x4 frames on the ceiling panels.
you might also try using angle iron for added support on the corners, and #2 square drive screws are far easier to drive than philips.
The only problem with the cross members is that they reduce the already minimal headroom.
Diagonal bracing along the sides might help with stability and tie in the lower sections with the roof a little better; and I think using full 2x4's for the verticals in each corner would help since the smaller pieces used in the first iteration seem to have snapped.