On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 6:42 AM, Florian Effenberger
2. We leave editing and creation of pads open, but only to users who
#2 is more intrusive, and creates some pain with managing users, while #1
sounds like a sensible compromise to me.
I'm not sure if I'm exaggerating - I simply lack hands-on experience, but
the amount of spam we have to cope with in the wiki rang my alarm bells. ;-)
Fair enough -- if there is a legitimate concern of spam, best to
address the problem as early as possible.
For testing, #2 is what I have just enabled in Etherpad, and populated a
couple of predefined pads at the same time, to see if we can work with it.
Anyone has some more insight into that topic, and maybe some hands-on
I don't have experience with spam on Etherpad, but we have been using
Etherpad for minutes of the QA Team meetings. It's handy for people to
be able to see the minutes as I type them out and for them to make
small corrections when the audio on the call is garbled, I misspell a
As long as all of the people who want to join-in on the QA call can
use the pad, then #2 is fine with me.
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