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Spam Attacks
Thank you for cleaning up the spam attacks in "Open Talk". Does anyone know how it happened?
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Re: Spam Attacks
[ Author: westbaystars | Posted: Jul 30, 2011 10:59 AM | YBS Fan ]

How did it happened? Open Talk is non-moderated, it just requires one to sign in. Some spammers are daring enough to do so if they think they can get their message out that way. But that little bump (signing in) does seem to keep them out for the most part.

It is regrettable, however, that since going to being non-moderated in a number of the forums that the forums appear to have died out. I guess the site has just turned into an RSS feed. (I fear that my own lack of participation may also be a reason.) I'm just glad that there are now so many other blogs up and running, talking about Japanese baseball, that my withdrawal doesn't hurt the community of NPB fans out there.

Nonetheless, it is fortunate that another reader quickly alerted me to the posts and I removed them.
Re: Spam Attacks
[ Author: Kiyoshi | Posted: Aug 3, 2011 2:29 PM | HAN Fan ]

Yes, it is great that there are so many sources for info on Japanese baseball. Thank you for still being the place where things still can be pooled together.
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