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Sun Mar 21 17:55:41 CET 2010


On Sat, Mar 20, 2010 at 1:27 PM, Brian J Mingus
<Brian.Mingus at colorado.edu> wrote:
> Moderating this stuff requires moderating all messages.

Not quite. GNU Mailman comes with nice features to ease this task. You
can configure it so that everyone who is currently subscribed can post
freely, but new subscribers get a "moderated" bit set on them. The
first time this new subscriber attempts to post to the list, a human
moderator has to inspect their message and decide whether to approve
it or deny it. If they human moderator approves it, they can also on
the same web form remove the "moderated" bit from that poster.

Therefore, the volunteer work required would be inspecting the *first*
post from each *new* subscriber to see if that post is spam.

Regards,

Zooko



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