On Fri, 2020-05-22 at 06:42 +0200, Michał Górny wrote: > On Thu, 2020-05-21 at 22:13 +0200, Viktar Patotski wrote: > > We don't have "spam" yet, but we are already trying to protect. There might > > be cases when some systems will be posting stats more often than we want, > > but probably that will not harm us. Or this will be done by our main users > > who runs 1kk of gentoo installations and this "spam" will be actually > > valuable. Moreover, nobody forces us to treat info from 'goose' as first > > priority, so we are still able to select on which packages to work. In > > short: this topic is not so important yet, I think. > > > > Tell that to SKS keyserver admins. Well, on the plus side if it > happens, it probably won't affect user systems in the process.
Well, I didn't make my point very clear, so please let me explain. Right now the project is in experimental phase. If we do major changes right now, the harm is minimal. If spamming happens one year from now, two years from now... we'd have many users submitting data. Suddenly, we would have to invent something new, and it will probably be impossible within the framework used right now. This would most likely mean we'd have to literally kick all users from the system and start over. -- Best regards, Michał Górny
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