On Sun, 2011-02-06 at 08:02 +0300, Sophie Gautier wrote:
On 06/02/2011 05:12, drew wrote:
Thanks for the report.
I'm taking care of deleting the spam every day, morning and evening my
time, so you may found some of them during your day time, but at the end
of our day, the wiki should be clean ;-)
Thanks - I figured you (or someone) might be doing that, because I don't
see that much. It's amazing isn't it
The micro-blog I setup, same deal, not daily but as it goes along and
gets more active so do the spammer's. I would be surprised if the TDF
blog is not getting some now.
IMO You really ought to find a second person to help with that, maybe in
a time zone with an 8+ hour shift.
From my experience the key seems to be slapping them down quickly, which
means before any search engine can pick up their links, 'they' seem to
know which sites move quickly enough and which do not and start to
concentrate on the ones that don't.
Clayton at OO.o was battling with them on the wiki constantly also - he
always needed to bring someone else in to help IMO cause if you get them
off before the links ae crawled they will start to go away..well, maybe
the is just wishful hoping.
Maybe a SPAM template - so that anyone could add that (this close to the
way the forum does it) and let people know about it. That way the
person(s) that will actually do the deletes can just do a quick search
for the SPAM flag, makes their life easier I think.
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