Ken Bloom wrote:
And now you're perpetuating the trend, since you have that link next to the keyword. Suggestion: Why don't all the readers of debian-devel put something like this on their blogs:Henning Makholm wrote:Scripsit Chris Boyle <firstname.lastname@example.org>On Thu, Nov 24, 2005 at 06:54:12PM +0000, paddy wrote:I though a robots.txt thingy on the list web archive is coming to the rescue ?Huh? Isn't having the lists searchable generally a good thing?Yes, a very good thing in general. But excluding specifically the posts about c*llw*ve and d**l*ng b*nj*s might be worth a try. Of course, that is if somebody can be bothered to keep such exclusion lists up-to-date. On the other hand, l.d.o. is not the only place debian-devel is publicly archived, so it might not be worth the trouble to try to fix things locally.It's not. When querying for "Call Wave remove", the top hits are on a message from opensubscriber.com. When googling for "callwave remove" we get a page on lists.debian.org: <REMOVED> --Ken Bloom
Google has a tendency for improperly indexed items to stay that way. In order to fix this, it is neccessary to create a "google bomb" by having several sites all create a link to the correct page with the keyword. In order to fix an incorrect entry that causes spam to the debian-devel mailinglist, I want everyone to know that you should go here to _remove callwave_ .
Cheers, Benjamin  http://www.callwave.com/members/help/help.asp?item=SEARCH_cancel
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