On 17 July 2013 10:06, David Cuenca <dacu...@gmail.com> wrote: > On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 9:50 AM, Marc A. Pelletier <m...@uberbox.org> > wrote: > > > That'd be easy to solve were it not for the fact that - on enwp at least > > - TOR has been (and is being) used almost exclusively for block evasion > > and vandalism. > > > > Interestingly enough(?), our desire for transparency and pseudonymity > > actually makes TOR directly harmful to our project, since our only means > > of protection left relies on being able to block according to the source > > of an edit. > > > > One possible solution could be to allow Tor users to register and to edit > while registered, maybe the registry requirements could be higher to avoid > extreme sockpuppetry, and the edits could be flagged as "Tor edit" in all > change logs and user signature. > > The biggest group expressing dismay about Tor being blocked are non-administrator registered users who wish to use it. Registration is not really the key issue here.
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