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benjamin.kaplan at case.edu
Sun Mar 21 18:38:42 CET 2010
On Sun, Mar 21, 2010 at 12:55 PM, Zooko O'Whielacronx <zookog at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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.
The spam isn't coming through the mailing list. It's coming through
the Google Groups mirror of the Usenet newsgroup. I don't think
Mailman can do anything about that.
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