I guess this is the only way to have a group discussion among moderators
(other than setting a time to meet in chatroom) since I don't have diehumblex's
email address yet. Other community members are welcome to respond, if you have
comments or opinions, but otherwise, this is directed towards moderators.
Maren) which she thought might have been testing to find out if the site could
be hacked or traffic redirected. (She wasn't sure though). But being
potentially so severe, I thought I would utilize SFS to look and see if the
member had been previously reported as a spammer. Of course I could only look
up the username, since I don't have access to email or IP address. But it made
me wonder if we should consider using StopForumSpam, to report newly identified
What do we think about potientially using SFS in gallery moderation?
It would not necessarily require an interface, such as Inkscape
Community has (where you just click a button, and SFS is accessed and searched
for the selected member). We can simply look up member names "manually".
But more importantly, I would like to report spammers there. Just our
small contribution to the effort, you know. But to me, it's worth the extra
effort. It would stop them from spamming other sites. Although admittedly,
just reporting the member name won't do much. It would really only have a
significant effect if moderator had the IP address and email address.
Thanks for comments :-)
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