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Hi Bernhard, *,

Bernhard Dippold schrieb:
Friedrich Strohmaier wrote:
Sophie Gautier schrieb:
On 07/04/2011 12:43, Erich Christian wrote:

[.. community membership form ..]

Do you wish to have recaptcha activated?

Could we try fist without and see? If we get spam, then yes we
will activate it, but I would like to try without /me don't like
recaptcha ;-)


Instead of the plague of casually receiving spam, all people
involved without exception are plagued by the captcha - a bad
bargain in my opinion.

This should be only a decision by the Membership Committee:

I didn't make any decision..

They are the ones who receive the spam - and neither you nor I can
know about the number of mails then.

If spam starts to hinder their work, recaptcha should be activated in
my opinion.

Valid only, if recaptcha ist the only way to reduce spam - I strongly

Instead it's an effective way to hinder and to annoy people rather than
inviting them to use an offer.


But as I already said: This is up to the Membership Committee (and
Sophie already posted her decision - for the moment).

I did nothing more than applaud that - where's the problem?

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