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Removing a person

+13 votes
Has anyone implemented this feature yet?  Are you having the user remove that person from all connections before they can be removed from the system, or does the remove take care of that?
asked Oct 9, 2016 in CSC 285 (F16) by Kevin Barbian (100 points)

3 Answers

+3 votes
Team Flicker has not implemented a remove person feature yet. However, why would the user want to remove a person if they were involved in connections? I guess I don't understand when the user would want to remove the person.
answered Oct 9, 2016 by Lauren Johnson (100 points)
Team bobolink hasn't implemented this feature either. Like you said, we are thinking of not letting the user delete a Person who is currently being used in an interaction.
This was meant to be a reply to the original question
+3 votes
Is there any reason to let the user delete a person? If you have code that prevents the user from adding a Person with a blank name, adding duplicates and you have an editing mechanic, the worst possible scenario is that she might accidentally make a person with a name like "s;kgfhaspiguh", but it could be changed.
answered Oct 10, 2016 by Blake Erquiaga (100 points)
+2 votes
Team Cormorant has it so that when you remove a person, they are removed from all the connections they were involved in.
answered Oct 10, 2016 by Jared Haeme (100 points)