Re: [pcgen] Wiki
- Hi Andrew,
On 30/07/2008 10:02 AM Andrew Wilson wrote
> On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 09:44:13AM +1000, James Dempsey wrote:Yes, but the approval is also manual, much like on this list, so we can
>> 2008/7/30 nuance <andrew@...>
>>> Some ****! has set up some fairly heinous restrictions and hoops to jump
>>> through to create an account on that wiki. Not impressed. At all!
>> That *** was me :)
> In that case, I'm glad I censored it.
>> The place was overrun with spammers so we had to do something to stop them.
>> I'm open to alternate suggestions.
> In my experience spammers lie. Asking them for their real name and
> making them write a little story probably isn't going to put them off.
generally tell who is part of the community, who is really a new person
and who is a spammer. I thought it was very similar to what you needed
to do to get onto this list.
> We don't seem to be overrun with spam here. Can't we just restrictIt's not a bad idea. However what I dropped in was a pre written module.
> membership to an address that's already registered for at least one of
> our mailing lists. Do we have a list of email addresses subscribed to
> all our various lists? If we could do that it would simplify the signup
> and mean that only people involved in the community at some level could
> edit the wiki.
If something similar exists that would integrate the user lists I'd
definitely check it out. One option under consideration as it has a
module available is linking the drupal user list (from pcgen-test.org)
and the wiki user list.