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  1. Standard member Santa Drummer
    I AM INNOCENT
    12 Nov '05 14:27
    Take away all spammers (bowmann etc) recs and give me lots of recs for making this idea!
  2. Standard member Ravello
    The RudeĀ©
    12 Nov '05 14:33
    This is supposed to be the "Site ideas" forum,not the "Begging for recs" forum.
  3. Standard member Santa Drummer
    I AM INNOCENT
    12 Nov '05 14:39
    Originally posted by Ravello
    This is supposed to be the "Site ideas" forum,not the "Begging for recs" forum.
    It is
  4. Standard member Aiko
    Nearing 200000...!
    12 Nov '05 15:24
    Well, the best anti-spam will be not letting non subscribers making posts in the forums...
  5. Standard member Bowmann
    Non-Subscriber
    12 Nov '05 23:33
    Originally posted by Aiko
    Well, the best anti-spam will be not letting non subscribers making posts in the forums...
    No. The best way would be to disallow those with brains no larger than a grape. That is, IQs under 75. I estimate this to be around 33% of current membership.
  6. Standard member Aiko
    Nearing 200000...!
    12 Nov '05 23:35
    I don't think the IQ and a meassure of annoyance is correlated...
  7. Standard member Bowmann
    Non-Subscriber
    12 Nov '05 23:45
    Originally posted by Aiko
    I don't think the IQ and a meassure of annoyance is correlated...
    Shut up, you.
  8. Standard member Aiko
    Nearing 200000...!
    12 Nov '05 23:50
    However, there is a correlation between being (considered) annoying and the frequency of the use of strong words and phrases like "Shut up" and such.
  9. Standard member Ravello
    The RudeĀ©
    13 Nov '05 00:17
    Originally posted by Aiko
    However, there is a correlation between being (considered) annoying and the frequency of the use of strong words and phrases like "Shut up" and such.
    However, there is a correlation between being (considered) annoying and the frequent use of useless and pointless considerations.
  10. Standard member XanthosNZ
    Cancerous Bus Crash
    13 Nov '05 03:33
    Originally posted by Aiko
    Well, the best anti-spam will be not letting non subscribers making posts in the forums...
    No the best anti-spam idea would be not letting anyone post in the forums. And of course once this happens some will decide to use open invites and PMs and ingame messages to continue. All of these should then be disabled. Finally there may be attempts to spam using actual chess moves. So we should stop allowing chess to be played on the site.

    This would stop all spam and is therefore the best anti-spam idea.
  11. Standard member Santa Drummer
    I AM INNOCENT
    13 Nov '05 14:05
    Make me a mod and ill stop it!
  12. Standard member Bowmann
    Non-Subscriber
    13 Nov '05 17:23 / 1 edit
    Originally SPAMMED by XanthosNZ
    No the best anti-spam idea would be not letting anyone post in the forums. And of course once this happens some will decide to use open invites and PMs and ingame messages to continue. All of these should then be disabled. Finally there may be attempts to spam using actual chess moves. So we should stop allowing chess to be played on the site.

    This would stop all spam and is therefore the best anti-spam idea.
    Perhaps you should set the first example.
  13. Standard member Santa Drummer
    I AM INNOCENT
    13 Nov '05 17:59
    Originally posted by Bowmann
    Perhaps you should set the first example.
    or maybe you should set the second
  14. Standard member Bowmann
    Non-Subscriber
    14 Nov '05 01:14
    Originally posted by Santa Drummer
    or maybe you should set the second
    That doesn't make sense, spammer.
  15. Subscriber BigDoggProblem
    The Advanced Mind
    16 Nov '05 19:31
    Originally posted by Aiko
    Well, the best anti-spam will be not letting non subscribers making posts in the forums...
    The worst spammer on the site (by far) is STANG, and he's a subscriber. Your proposal is worthless; most other online chess forums are free, so charging people for access will only reduce participation.