From the functionality stand point UMO Title+Type+Prime Author+version
can only be unique.
I derive this from casual practice.
For example Trigonometry can be independent course or a topic in, say,
Math for Dummies.
At the same time Trigonometry can be desirable title for thousands of
Lastly, the same author can do revision of the course and while the old
version is in use, the new one can also be published.
What The Prime Author can be here? Probably that one who started the UMO
and got listed on the top of the UMO Authors list.
> Well, then maybe "UMO title + description".
> You mentaioned in IRC that "description is 'text' that can't be a part of
> index", but I think we will need to deal somehow with UMO descriptions
> anyway, b/c we have to ask user if his changes to an UMO description minor
> or versioned.
>> The first problem is - there may be more than one author..
>> 2007/4/22, firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>:
>>> Currently it's possible to create topic(and any other UMO) with
>>> titles. I discussed this with Alexey, but it's not clear how UU should
>>> deal with this in general.
>>> My opinion is
>>> "UMO title + Author" should be unique.
>>> OTH, it should be possible to have different versions of UMO with
>>> different titles.
>> Alexey Parshin,
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