Suggestion: Volunteer to Delete Spam Posts and Attack PC

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Suggestion: Volunteer to Delete Spam Posts and Attack PC

Post by Guest »

"Somebody has to take out the trash'', Homer Simpson.



Obvoiusly this board is valuable in furthering the goals of the FLWBC. The spam is awful and is not tolerated or accepted on other quality boards. I suggest that two volunteers be appointed to clean off the spam on a regular basis. Everything, including buildings or message boards, requires routine maintenace. Some type of maintence cycle would be appropriate for this board.



Also I suggest that a consultant be hired to spam the Poker Casino Board and send those gamblers over here.

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That was me.
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I have spoken to some folks at the front office about that. Something is in the works.

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That was me. Didn't log me in teh first time.



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None of this would be necessary if Anonymous posting was disabled - OR, a better solution: enable a Turing Test in the POST page!



Bots can't read a Turing Test, and therefore can't post. Simple.

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Post by Mobius »

It would also be nice if the site ACTUALLY LOGGED YOU IN WHEN IT SAYS IT HAS! Rather than giving you a spurious message, so that you THINK you are logged in, but when you hit POST, it posts as guest. Was me above...
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