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although the month has not really ended, I would like to provide a
little statistics.

Months:                             June   May   April
New registrations:                   116    74    48
Blocked because of spam:              21     6     0
New Users with a valid contribution:  12    11    26

Don't beat me for accuracy, I just counted a bit on-screen and in
Calc, the wiki is not able to provide statistics like this.
A whole bunch of the usernames with "blank" registration are also
suspicious, because of incredible length or well known combination of
words and numbers. [1}

Spam and unused registration is increasing since changing back to the
ReCaptcha. From my experience it will increase more as the information
about a wiki that is accessible will be pushed around.

We should put down the ReCaptcha again.

For the moment we shoud re-install the questy captcha.

I have heard that there have been complaints from some language
communities about the accessibility of the wikiregistration.
But in the time I wrote this, two new users have inserted their spam
in the wiki.
We obviously can not allow this and the dirty  work of blocking and
deleting prevents us from doing more useful things.




Volker Merschmann
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