[p2pu-dev] Draft spam policy - input needed
jessica at jessicaledbetter.com
Thu Sep 8 14:34:33 UTC 2011
If we can restore, then +1 from me.
What about spam user accounts? I remember seeing some users that just looked
like spam. Though they maybe were testing. Not sure.
Ah, just saw Nadeem's question come in as I was typing. Yes, would be nice
to ban people that do this [a lot?].
On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 9:26 AM, John Britton <public at johndbritton.com>wrote:
> Very clear, and super concise. I like it.
> contact info:
> @johndbritton - http://twitter.com/johndbritton
> On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 10:33 AM, Rebecca Kahn <bekka at p2pu.org> wrote:
>> Hi everyone
>> We've noticed an increase in the number of spam courses being created
>> lately, which is not cool. While some of them obviously deserve to be
>> deleted, others are more touch and go, and we need a policy to cover
>> ourselves, just in case. Short and sweet is always best, so please have a
>> look at the draft I've put together below. Feel free to add comments and ask
>>> P2PU takes spam seriously. In order to avoid the creation of fake
>>> courses which link to commercial and spam sites, we reserve the right to
>>> delete any course which appears to be spam. This includes links and
>>> feeds to and from commercial services. If you are the creator of a
>>> legitimate course which has been deleted accidentally, please accept our
>>> apologies. Feel free to email adminATp2pu.org and we will reinstate your
>>> course on the site.
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