On Tue, 2004-03-02 at 19:40, Ruairi Newman wrote:
> Let's just pretend we've had this discussion before, and a decision was
>> Oh wait... we did, and it was. Many times. Can we stop wasting
> bandwidth now? People on low bandwidth links don't need to be
> downloading rehashed arguments along with their vast, vast amounts of
> unstoppable spam.
> Microsoft is to operating systems and security ...
> ... what McDonalds is to gourmet food.
>I've a better idea - Lets not consider that we've been through it
before. Just because its been discussed at length before doesn't mean
that its ever been solved. I've been subscribed for over a year and
seen this issue raise its head tons of times. Each time someone says
"Look we've been through this before", without acknowledging the fact
that its never been addressed beyond the "Look we've been through this
At least this time we are seeing some pretty good suggestions this time
- which is a first.
OK I can agree with the poster who mentioned that there's a high amount
of posts about spam, but this along with the fact that it gets raised as
a topic every couple of months is testament to the fact that is getting
on the nerves of many, many members.
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