[PD] Pdpedia: Vandalism
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Mon Dec 24 13:43:03 CET 2007
Do you know recaptcha (http://recaptcha.net)? They say it's safe because
their OCR can't read the words. According to the link you gave the
method should be really safe.
And if it's defeated it's great because then it's much easier to
digitalize books ;)
Derek Holzer schrieb:
> My experience is that every Captcha can be defeated somehow. It's only
> a matter of time:
> At FLOSS Manuals, we have it so that no edit can "go live" without the
> approval of the moderator:
> Human review seems like the only solution to this never-ending problem.
> Chris wrote:
>> Hello list,
>> There are several cases of vandalism at wiki.puredata.info, who takes
>> care about that? They are all at discussion pages.
>> Maybe there should be some kind of Captcha to prevent Bots from
>> Nearly every IP-edit in pdpedia. I would delete them, but I have no
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