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== Thanks Meredith! ==
 
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Spammers are a pain, and drain some of the energy that could be used to create/edit pages. At [http://collib.info/ colLib.info] this was becoming a real and daily nuisance, but it has stopped after I installed the [http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/SpamBlacklist_extension SpamBlacklist] extension about a week ago. Highly recommended! --[[User:MagnusEnger|MagnusEnger]] 05:07, 6 January 2006 (EST)
 
Spammers are a pain, and drain some of the energy that could be used to create/edit pages. At [http://collib.info/ colLib.info] this was becoming a real and daily nuisance, but it has stopped after I installed the [http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/SpamBlacklist_extension SpamBlacklist] extension about a week ago. Highly recommended! --[[User:MagnusEnger|MagnusEnger]] 05:07, 6 January 2006 (EST)
 
== Secuity Request ==
 
 
Is it possible to make the login page secure (via https)? ... I'd rather not send a password over an unencrypted session, possibly allowing someone snooping (as they always are on a university campus) to impersonate me at a later time.
 

Revision as of 18:58, 23 April 2008

Thanks Meredith!

Thanks for doing this wiki Meredith! (and for your diligent efforts to block spammers...)

Stopping spam

Spammers are a pain, and drain some of the energy that could be used to create/edit pages. At colLib.info this was becoming a real and daily nuisance, but it has stopped after I installed the SpamBlacklist extension about a week ago. Highly recommended! --MagnusEnger 05:07, 6 January 2006 (EST)

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