Re: RFC: Shall we make debian-chinese-* a subscribers-only list?
Anthony Fok wrote:
>鑒于近年來 Debian Chinese mailing lists 上有不少垃圾信，情況未有
>改善的跡像，而也有多位過往的 debian-chinese-* 因受不住太多垃圾信
>因此，我想建議把 debian-chinese-* mailing lists 改為 "only subscribers
>can post messages"，而 non-subscribers 發送的信，則會先經由「版主」
>----- Forwarded message from Jaakko Niemi <email@example.com> -----
>Date: Sun, 18 Aug 2002 05:21:00 -0500
>From: Jaakko Niemi <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: Could we make debian-chinese-* a subscribers-only list?
>To: Anthony Fok <email@example.com>
>On Wed, 10 Jul 2002, Anthony Fok wrote:
>>I was wondering if we could make debian-chinese-big5 and
>>debian-chinese-gb subscribers-only lists? There are way too many spam
>>messages on those lists, and spamassassin isn't effective against the
>>Chinese and Korean spams we regularly receive on the list.
>>If possible, it would be marvellous to implement the subscribers-only
>>option, and for non-subscribers postings, you may send them to me (and
>>perhaps to other Chinese Debian developers) for approval.
>>Please let me know what you think. :-)
> This is possible, however the list software makes moderation almost
> unusable currently.
> However general plan is to require one time confirmation for each
> non-subscriber who posts to our lists. This will be implemented after
> the listserver is upgraded to woody.
> Making a list restricted is possible, but requires consensus from
> the subscribers of that list. In that case discuss the issue on
> list, and file wishlist item against lists.debian.org when the
> matter is clear.
sure,so many many ad letters,it's really ugly!
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