Le 28/04/11 12:00 PM, Volker Merschmann a écrit :
2011/4/28 Sophie Gautier<email@example.com>:
I prefer spending 15mn every day deleting the spam and blocking the accounts
than closing the wiki for registration. Wiki, in my eyes,should remains a
very easy tool to access and work with. Even registration is bothering me
already. So really my preference would be that we go on as today and I'll go
on to take of the spam.
I agree with you.
Maybe it looked for others reading this mailthread as we were loaded
with work by this spam.
But it was more a "heads up" for the others working on that.
Yes, the impression that I am getting is that people who are more of
value to the project (Sophie, we need you elsewhere rather than just
policing the wiki and the same for all of the other experienced leads
and especially SC members doing the spam policing) are, sadly, using
their valuable time on these issues.
Maybe we should have a sub-group with proper wiki permissions taking up
the spam deletions? Unless the spam issues require special consideration
from the more experienced membership, maybe we should consider
delegating to other members?
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