[p2pu-dev] [p2pu-community] Draft spam policy - input needed

Nadeem Shabir nadeem.shabir at gmail.com
Thu Sep 8 14:32:28 UTC 2011

Pretty concise,  only thing I can think of is would we consider taking any
action against User's that habitually do this?
i.e. would we consider disabling someones account?  and is that something
we'd want to make explicit in the statement?

On Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 9:33 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
> questions.
> Thanks
> B
>> 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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