Quoting Alan Barrett <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > > ----- Forwarded message from Jimmy Wales <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> ----- > > We are not looking for a perfect solution. Yes, Wikis will be > > vandalized. We're prepared to deal with that, we do deal with that. > > But what I am seeking is some efforts to think usefully about how to > > helpfully reconcile our dual goals of openness and privacy. > > Wikipedia should allow Tor users to register Wikipedia nyms. > Then they could block: > Tor users trying to edit without a nym; > Tor users trying to edit with a nym that has a bad reputation; > and they could rate-limit > Tor users trying to edit with a nym that has insufficient history > to be classified as good or bad; > while not blocking > Tor users trying to edit with a nym that has a good reputation.
s/Tor/all/g This is an excellent summation, except that there is no compelling reason to treat Tor-carried traffic differently than any other traffic. Credentialing and reputation tracking are good ideas, and should be applied universally. -- Roy M. Silvernail is [EMAIL PROTECTED], and you're not "It's just this little chromium switch, here." - TFT SpamAssassin->procmail->/dev/null->bliss http://www.rant-central.com