Are spams on comp.lang.python a major nuisance?
Aaron "Castironpi" Brady
castironpi at gmail.com
Sat Sep 27 15:10:20 CEST 2008
On Sep 27, 7:28 am, "Dotan Cohen" <dotanco... at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2008/9/27 Aaron Castironpi Brady <castiro... at gmail.com>:
> >> I think in June and July they were selling watches a lot which I
> >> haven't noticed recently.
> > Gucci 104 G-Bandeau Watches - Gucci Watches Discount Rolex Oyster
> > Perpetual Lady Datejust Pearlmaster 18kt Yellow Gold Diamond Ladies
> > Watch 80318C
> > Cartier Must 21 Watches - Cartier Watches Discount
> > I speak too soon.
> If we start blocking users who have no previous posts and then post
> many new messages at once, then we wll just push the spammers to forge
> active list users and reply to threads. That would be a worse
> situation then we are in now. I say leave well enough alone.
> Read about the Brain Blood Barrier
> (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brain_Blood_Barrier) for an example in
> nature where although a method to stop an attacker exists, it is not
> overused to prevent the attacker from becoming more powerful.
> Dotan Cohen
Yow! I forgot the radiolabeled polyethylene glycol coated
CMIIW correct me if I'm wrong. Google Groups is a Usenet/c-l-py
gateway. Other gateways aren't contributing to spam. What are they
doing that G-Groups is not?
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