On Sun, 22 May 2005, Rory Browne wrote:
> I too thought that would be the way to go initially, until we had
> enough content to be able to choose who could edit it. When one or
> two people started abusing it, we'd block their IP(or reqire logins
> from their IP- say if it's a school IP), and when(if) a lot of
> people started abusing the system, require logins.
>> Everyone else seems to think differently though,
Well, experience with established wiki's (eg wikipedia) shows that
you simply can /not/ let any old random web user just change content.
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