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From: Matthew Dascombe (mjmrbusy.compsoc.man.ac.uk)
Date: Sat Oct 27 2001 - 16:08:58 CDT
That would sound like the best policy, because we don't wont to go to
overkill just because we've had a problem with Spam.
On Sat, 27 Oct 2001, Ben Laurie wrote:
> Peter Fairbrother wrote:
> > Yes.
> > How about: known-good posters post unmoderated (ie make one or two sensible
> > posts and thereafter your posts are unmoderated), and everyone else is
> > moderated? I mean posters can become unmoderated, not necessarily
> > subscribers.
> > After a while this should let sensible or interesting people post easily,
> > and the amount of mail requiring moderation should decline rapidly to first
> > posts plus largely filterable spam.
> > This allows anonymous posting, unmoderated posting by non-subscribers, and
> > posting by the once-only. It could keep the nutters out too, along with the
> > spam, but I'd be wary of any censorship - perhaps better to just ignore
> > them.
> The easy thing is subscribers unmoderated, all others moderated.
> "There is no limit to what a man can do or how far he can go if he
> doesn't mind who gets the credit." - Robert Woodruff