> Although I agree, I don't think it's ever going to happen. Somehow, the
> head PHP folks don't seem to be too interested in combatting spam; I
> brought up the discussion a few weeks ago and was met with strong
> resistance.
> Maybe when the list gets to be 20% spam they'll listen. It _is_ steadily
> getting to be more and more as time progresses.

What we are not interested in is stopping people who are not subscribed to
the lists directly from participating.  A lot of people read the lists via
nntp or through various web gateways.  You can rant all you want about the
spam, but until you come up with a workable way to not cut off these
people there isn't much point.


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