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Re: proposal: drop bugzilla@jessica.w3.org emails from public-html human lists

From: Getify <getify@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2010 17:21:57 -0600
Message-ID: <4303E0905F7249BA94E22C1840E619B8@spartacus>
To: "public html" <public-html@w3.org>
?> More WG members are aware of incoming issues.

Definitely true for me. Just since joining a little over a month ago, I've 
found several bugs I cared about (amidst the 100+ I didn't or which were 
junk/spam). I doubt I would have known about them nor had inclination to 
check the bug tracker manually often enough to have been any useful in those 
conversations.

I understand where Tantek is coming from, but I think it's a net-gain the 
way it currently is.


> C. We do have a bit of an ongoing spam/junk bug problem, largely via the 
> comment forms on both the WHATWG and HTML WG drafts of the spec. These 
> junk bugs have always existed, but broadcasting them increases their 
> annoyance value. If we can find a sufficiently lightweight means of 
> moderation, that might help.

Pardon me if this is a silly/moot question, but is using a spam filter like 
Akismet possible? I use it on my blog and find it's fantastic at filtering 
out spam, and it puts them in moderation queues and emails me to let me know 
I need to check them, etc.

--Kyle 
Received on Monday, 15 November 2010 23:22:35 UTC

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