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Home » Community » U++ Webs: Functioning, Layout , Design, Features and Structure of these forums, homepage etc. » Do we need some restriction for new users due to...?
Re: Do we need some restriction for new users due to...? [message #30940 is a reply to message #30938] Fri, 28 January 2011 22:14 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
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mr_ped wrote on Fri, 28 January 2011 20:24

Me and koldo are probably the most active spammers blockers.

As far as I'm speaking about me, I don't mind to do it like now, it takes me 10sec-4min daily, and I have good feel that I'm contributing at least in some way. (it's sort of fun and relief in the work schedule)

Also I didn't notice recently any spam to remain undetected for more then 2-4h at my daily hours, which is imho superb response time and there's no advantage for spammers to attack this forum hard (unless they want to force us to improve defense Smile ).

Hello all

I agree with Ped.

It is good to improve but, for now, all spam is removed quickly.

Spammers are banned and after some weeks, deleted.

No spammer has answered until now Smile, so the banning criteria seems to be right.

I do not want to be aggressive: for example, more than one user declares in the occupation to be spammer, and it seems we have not received spam from them Smile.

Anyway, the spam we receive is low: for example, the Google Tutoring Plan group receive more spam than U++ Forum and, considering that Google has anti spam filters, it seems we are right now.


Best regards
IƱaki
 
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