What is the point of hubtivity messages saying "xxx has posted this unapproved comment to the hub yyy"?
Wouldn't it be better to hold the message until there's something to read?
Brenda - messages like this, in hubtivity:
20 seconds ago
Misha posted this not yet approved comment to the hub Face It: There Is No Recovery & America May Have Finally Fallen[?]
If you click on the link, you go to the hub but can't see the comment because it's not yet approved!
I think it is for showing the existence(and may be importance too) of the hub and lets one follow the hubber to see what's there on the hub that received comment(s)!
I think it is a good idea, especially when you get spammers and
pervs on the comments sometime.
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