Stefan Beller <sbel...@google.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 4, 2016 at 8:58 AM, Johannes Schindelin
> <johannes.schinde...@gmx.de> wrote:
> > I guess I have no really good idea yet, either, how to retain the ease of
> > access of sending mails to the list, yet somehow keep a strong tie with
> > the original data stored in Git.
> Does it have to be email? Transmitting text could be solved
> differently as well.
I've thought a lot about this over the years still think email
is the least bad.
Anti-spam tools for other messaging systems are far behind,
proprietary, or non-existent. bugzilla.kernel.org has been hit
hard lately and I see plenty of bug-tracker-to-mail spam as a
result from projects that use web-based bug trackers.
And email spam filtering isn't even that great
(and I think it needs to be better for IPv6 and .onion adoption
since much of it is still IPv4-oriented blacklisting).
I guess a blockchain (*coin) implementation might work (like
hashcash is used for email anti-spam), but the ones I've glanced
at all look like a bigger waste of electricity than email
Of course, centralized systems are unacceptable to me;
and with that I'll never claim any network service I run
will be reliable :)
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