> So, which such sites have you administered for a year or more, Rory?
> (It's sometimes necessary to have a year of operation before the
> spammers' attempts reach and hold their maximum posting rate.)
Hmmm, I'd have to check my diary to give you an exact answer, but at a
rough guess I'd say around about zero.
>> > We should not start off assuming that people are going to abuse the
> > system....
>> You're a very funny man.
I get the impression you don't like me very much. Perhaps we should
meet up for a pint and sort out our difficulties.
>> Personally, one of my rules for living is: "Never try to out-work a
You don't outwork a spambot. You out-smart a spambot. You use measures
like spam filters, and image-code checking.
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