Hi Flo, *,
On Wed, Feb 9, 2011 at 11:10 AM, Florian Effenberger
Volker Merschmann wrote on 2011-02-09 10.14:
We have to act QUICK now, the number of incoming pages is increasing
And this is only for that keyword.
Whoever has the right to install the reCapthcha should do it NOW.
honestly, I don't get why the spam comes in, as confirm to edit is enabled,
so users without a confirmed mail address should not be able to edit at all.
Well "should" is the right word here - but none of the two spammers
mentioned here does have "emailconfirmed" set. In fact, very, very few
users do. (I don't for example, but I don't remember whether I had to
click a link in my email or something).
When using the "emailconfirmed" group in the user-list, it doesn't
even return the few (Admins and Bürokraten) that are listed as
Again: No other users that Admins/Buerocrats are listed as
emailconfirmed, but not all Admins are emailconfirmed either (user
Reinsle is not for example).
So something is wrong here.
Anyways, I've just installed the captcha as described on
http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Extension:ReCAPTCHA - Manuel, if you have any
better idea, please let me know. :-)
As it apparently didn't work out, I start with the obvious: Did you
use correct recaptcha api keys for doucmentfoundation.org?
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